People in Maryland who are considering a divorce probably have concerns about how getting a divorce could impact them financially. These are legitimate concerns, since the impact of going from a two-income household to a single income household, or even a single-income household to a no-income household, can be tremendous.
After reading about the high asset divorce of billionaire Harold Hamm and his ex-wife, a lot of people probably have questions about how the process works. The Oklahoma court found that Mr. Hamm owed his ex approximately $1 billion dollars from the asset division of their marital property, but it turns out that both parties are appealing the court’s decision.
People in Maryland know that divorce can be very difficult on a person. Divorce can substantially alter aspects of one’s personal life, not the least of which is a person’s financial situation. The prospects of such dramatic changes can be daunting, but with the help of an experienced divorce attorney, there are many things that a person can do to ensure continued financial well-being during and even long after the divorce has been finalized.
People in Maryland may have seen a recent editorial about the impact social media can have on the divorce process, and how people need to make sure to protect their privacy when it comes to divorce-related comments. On the other side of the coin, people can also use information gleaned from social media to their legal advantage under the right circumstances.
Sports fans in Maryland know Dwyane Wade as the star guard on the NBA champion Miami Heat, but recently his personal life became the focus of national news stories. Wade has been embroiled in a dramatic, high asset divorce from his wife since 2007, when the couple originally separated.
As many people in Maryland well know, hiring a family law attorney is often the first step taken when a couple decides to end their marriage. However, when it comes to a complex divorce, people could lose what they rightfully deserve if they are unable to afford legal representation.
People in Maryland who follow NASCAR know that the sport generates big bucks and has millions of fans. Recently-released divorce documents show just how much Brian France, a chief NASCAR executive, is worth, and how much he paid his ex-spouse in his 2008 divorce.