On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorney’s at ERA Law Group, LLC are discussing the recent change in how Court’s treat a service member’s waiver of retirement pay for disability benefits and the effects it may have on the former spouse. A service member’s retirement pay is considered marital property. Depending on the length of the marriage and the Court’s Order, a percentage of the marital portion of the retirement pay is reserved for the former spouse upon the service member’s retirement.
You’ve filed an action in Court for child custody, child support, and/or visitation. Meanwhile it’s been months since you’ve gotten financial support, visitation is inconsistent, and you’re concerned with the current living arrangements. Your hearing date is months away or worse, not even scheduled. What do you while you wait for your hearing? On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorney’s at ERA Law Group, LLC want to help families understand how to obtain temporary relief by way of a Pendente Lite hearing.
On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorneys at ERA Law Group, LLC are addressing individuals who have fallen victim to an ex-spouse or parent who refuses to abide by the Court’s Order. You’ve gotten divorced or filed suit for custody and support, the Judge made their determination and you received a Court Order outlining that decision. What happens when one person decides not to listen?