This series of posts contains summaries of Pennsylvania case law on the issue of double dipping in divorce. “Double dipping” occurs when an income-producing asset (such as a pension or business) is counted as marital property subject to equitable distribution, as well as income subject to an alimony or child support obligation.
A recent article in Business Week considers whether it is a good time to defer performance-based bonuses into qualified plans, a worthy consideration for divorcing executives.
The definition of income under the child support laws includes more AND less than taxable income. This article describes some of the differences between take-home pay and net income.
A recent decision issued by Florida’s intermediate appellate court, Craissati v. Craissati, amply demonstrates the importance of good contract writing skill. The husband and wife in this case entered into a marital settlement agreement, in which the husband agreed to pay alimony for eight years. Like most alimony agreements, this agreement provided that the alimony would terminate upon the death of the recipient, her remarriage, or cohabitation for a period […]