What Can I Do If My Ex Doesn’t Pay Alimony?

  • February 18, 2022
  • Levoritz Law Group
  • Divorce

Alimony is a court-ordered payment levied on the spouse with the higher income to help the spouse with the lower or non-existent income establish financial stability. The payment is determined and ordered by the judge when the divorce comes to a conclusion. It must be paid even if the income or financial situation of the […]

How to Prepare for a Divorce

  • October 22, 2021
  • Levoritz Law Group
  • Divorce

10 Ideas to Plan for Divorce

Marriage is a sanctified relationship, and a divorce can often be one of the most difficult experiences in a person’s life, especially considering that people normally enter a marriage believing it will last forever. However, being in a bad relationship is very difficult and can be an unhealthy situation for everyone involved, so oftentimes divorce is the preferable outcome.

As a divorce can be emotionally draining and overwhelming, staying organized can help elevate some of the stress and anxiety involved. Preparation is the key to keeping yourself grounded for the duration of your divorce.

Distribution of Intimate Images Without Consent

  • September 20, 2021
  • Levoritz Law Group
  • Family Law

Distribution of Intimate Images Without Consent What Should I Do When Sexually Explicit Emails and Texts I Sent Are Being Used to Harass Me? It is not uncommon for partners to share sexually provocative and explicit texts and emails through a variety of devices and platforms. Unfortunately, some partners will use these messages later to […]

Do I Hire a Lawyer for My Child During Divorce and Court Proceedings?

  • August 1, 2021
  • Levoritz Law Group
  • Divorce

No one gets married thinking they will get divorced; but, unfortunately, faced with challenging times or incompatibility, approximately forty to fifty percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce, according to the CDC. When they do, the legal process can be daunting and stressful, not only for the couple, but also for their […]

Business Valuation in Divorce

How is a Business Valuated Differently from a House or a Stock Portfolio? As part of a couple’s divorce proceeding, marital property is divided between the spouses. When spouses own significant assets, including homes, investment properties, businesses, retirement accounts, stock portfolios, professional practices, etc., the division of those assets can be quite challenging, even in […]

Types of Psychological Tests Used to Evaluate Parents in Custody Decisions

Divorce is never easy, but when children are involved, divorce proceedings can quickly turn into intense, emotionally charged, and bitter fights as each parent is harshly scrutinized to determine his or her abilities as a parent and positive role model. As the family court attempts to provide an outcome on custody arrangements that is both […]

The Pros And Cons Of A Parenting Coordinator

Getting a divorce is never easy, but when children are involved, the complexities increase exponentially. When spouses divorce and there are children of the marriage, child custody arrangements need to be determined. When parents cannot agree on the terms of child custody or how decisions will be made regarding the parties’ children, hiring a parenting […]

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What Can I Do If My Ex Doesn’t Pay Alimony?

Alimony is a court-ordered payment levied on the spouse with the higher income to help the spouse with the lower or non-existent income establish financial stability. The payment is determined and ordered by the judge when the divorce comes to a conclusion. It must be paid even if the income or financial situation of the spouse who is required to pay alimony declines. ..... Failure to pay any ...