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June 2014 Archives

Revamped child support for Marc Anthony and Dayanara Torres

California celebrity followers may be interested in the outcome of the child support battle between singer Marc Anthony and former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres. Torres had asked for a nearly $100,000 a month increase in Anthony's child support payments for their two sons, but what she got was much less, although it is double what Anthony was paying previously.

Think about tax implications now instead of later

Divorce can wreak havoc on your life in many different ways. One of the biggest fears divorced spouses have is in regards to their finances and how their future will be impacted. One thing many divorcing spouses struggle with is how divorce will affect their taxes. 

California Supreme Court ruling clarifies community property law

The California Supreme Court's recent ruling on a legendary singer's divorce case highlights the state's community property laws and could impact future divorce cases. The California Supreme Court ruled in favor of Frankie Valli, saying that he still owns half of a life insurance policy purchased during his marriage. 

Women responsible for more spousal support, child support

More women are paying spousal support and child support after getting divorced in the United States. In the past, it was often assumed that the husband would be required to pay spousal support and child support if the couple had any children. However, these days gender roles are changing and spouses going through the divorce process have noticed.

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