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View and Print our Charlotte Divorce Lawyer Blog Family Law Newsletter – Fall 2011

In this issue of the Charlotte Divorce Lawyer Blog Family Law Newsletter we take a look at information garnered from census data going all the way back to the 1940s. The U.S. Census Bureau has copmpiled a new report which evaluates marriage and divorce in America. We also look at a case out of Georgia where the Supreme Court upheld a divorce agreement – even when the circumstances changed. Also, a court in Virgina recently ruled that a husband could pay his wife by transferring some of his retirement benefits to her rather than transferring cash. Finally, we take note of a case out of Connecticut which ruled, essentially, that a postnuptial agreement must be “fair” at the time of the divorce.

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