property settlement

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(matrimonial law) the division of property owned or acquired by marriage partners during their marriage

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According to eyewitness, the youngest brother wanted division of property after the death of their father while the elder brothers opposed him.
Thus, if the divorce is easy and the division of property is determined by a prenuptial agreement then the costs are greatly reduced.
However, whereas Amos gained his early experience in the north of England, Gittus, 39, is East Anglia born and reared, lives with his wife and two children near Bury St Edmunds, and currently works as a partner in the rural division of property consultants Bidwells, based in Ipswich.
IF you and your ex agree about division of property, money, residence and contact arrangements for your daughter, it is likely your divorce will not cost as much as you fear.
Chase Norton Construction, the construction division of property developer Chase Midland plc, carried out the pounds 65,000 works, which have lasted 16 weeks.
This presumption may be rebutted only by showing that the transfer was made to effect the division of property owned by the former spouses at the time of the cessation of the marriage.
Address the division of property that is subject to a mortgage.
Xinhua said the woman's two sons and their wives "had long been at feud about issues such as division of property and support of their parents".
4 million, conditional upon valid acceptances being received by at least 90% of the outstanding shares of Property Intelligence, the passing of resolutions by the shareholders of Property Intelligence, and the disposal of Intelligent Addressing, a separate division of Property Intelligence.
for the purpose of division of property upon dissolution of marriage, property acquired by the parties in joint form during marriage, including property held in joint tenancy is presumed to be community property.
The corporation may be the major marital asset and perhaps the only party with sufficient assets to effect an equitable division of property.
He asked that division of property be determined at a later date.
Federalist Paper 10, written by James Madison, made clear why a strong central government was needed: to curb the potential demand of a "majority faction" for "an equal division of property, or for any other improper or wicked object.
Instead of facing each other across a court, they can use the service together to sort out such things as the custody of their children, the division of property and, of course, maintenance payments.
The Department has a copy of a study done by the Colorado State Division of Property Taxation that recommends a four-year life.
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