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Contempt of Court Divorce
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Accusing someone of lying on divorce papers, lying to get emergency custody or otherwise lying under oath in family court is a very serious allegation. Unfortunately, perjury in family court does happen and can result in serious consequences if the accuser provides evidence to support the allegation. Proving perjury is not as easy as you...
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When your ex does not comply with your divorce decree, what steps can you take and what does it mean to hold a person in contempt of court divorce? If your ex-spouse willfully disregarded orders set forth in the decree, you may be able to file an enforcement action that includes a motion for contempt...
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Alaska is a long way away from Texas yet when it comes to the very rich divorcing; they are not so far apart. Many high asset couples go to great lengths to hide assets from one another when faced with divorce. In a recent article in Forbes magazine, the case of one Alaska man’s attempt...
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On Jan. 26, the ex-wife of a former Texas billionaire filed a lawsuit claiming that she was not awarded her fair share of the community property in the original divorce settlement. She also sued her ex-husband on Nov. 6 for failing to make the annual $500,000 alimony payments that she was awarded in July 1993. The...
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