How to re-open a divorce case & set aside divorce judgment due to fraud and perjury after the statue of limitations has run?

HOW TO RE-OPEN A DIVORCE CASE AND SET ASIDE A DIVORCE JUDGMENT Usually, after a judge signs a divorce judgment, it’s res judicata and you can’t go back and mess with stuff. But with divorce and family law cases, nothing is every really res judicata (especially support and alimony matters). That is why the judgment … Continue reading “How to re-open a divorce case & set aside divorce judgment due to fraud and perjury after the statue of limitations has run?”

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Divorcing? Should a portion of child support checks be set aside to pay for college tuition for the kids?

A client recently asked if he could get the court to force his wife to put part of the child support into a college fund for the kids. My response was that the court could probably be convinced to do just about anything by a persuasive lawyer. But chances are, I said, I did not … Continue reading “Divorcing? Should a portion of child support checks be set aside to pay for college tuition for the kids?”

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