Author: Vicki Viramontes-LaFree

July 19, 2018

Alimony Ends When Payor Spouse Retires . . . Or Does It?

Family lawyers are increasingly hearing from divorced clients who are getting ready to retire or have retired and who have a spousal support obligation or a right to receive support under a court order.  A court order may result from a trial or as part of a settlement agreement adopted by a court in the […]


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November 30, 2016

Privacy and the Courts

Most of us are concerned with protecting our personal information from getting into the wrong hands.  We take precautions to protect our privacy such as password protecting computers and mobile devices, using passwords for online services, limiting personal information on social media profiles, and carefully choosing when to give out social security numbers and birth […]

February 12, 2016

Premarital Agreements, the Older Couple and Health-Care Expenses

Baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 make up a large part of the aging population.  With longer life expectancies, many boomers are working well into their golden years with no plans to retire.  Some may be too optimistic about their future health and prefer not to think about retirement.  The cost of future health […]

April 6, 2015

Federal Civilian Employee Benefits and Divorce

There are complex federal laws and regulations that govern retirement benefits and health, life and long term care insurance benefits for federal civilian employees and annuitants. This article provides an overview of the benefits available to them and addresses what spouses contemplating divorce should know about these benefits. A unique aspect of the DC-MD-VA area […]