2 children, married 6 years, she's never worked, she quit nursing school to be an RN with 2 credits left. I own a house, 2 cars and alot of collectables and music production stuff. She wants ALL of it.
It would be rare for any one side to get all of the property. Generally the Court divide all marital property (and debts) equally. Only in cases involving extreme economic misconduct by one side would the Court even consider such an outcome. In most case, however, the marital property is equally...Read more »
You should check with an Arkansas attorney, but in most states inherited assets are considered separate property as long as the property is not commingled with marital funds. Income, however, from such funds may be considered in determining spousal support in many states.
The Courts usually defer to the parties as long as there as been full disclosure and the agreement appears fair on its face. The Court, however, will not approve agreements that contain provisions that are contrary to law. If both side are represented by an attorney, the Court will generally...Read more »
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