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|        ||1. Divorce Source: Cases of Interest: Third Parties|
Case law and analysis of divorce cases related to third parties. Visit Other Cases of Interest
|        ||2. Divorce Source: TORT ACTIONS AGAINST THIRD PARTIES FOR FRAUD IN PROCURING AN EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION SETTLEMENT |
There is little question that fraud in procuring a settlement agreement can justify setting aside the agreement and judgment. E.g., In re Marriage of Modnick, 33 Cal. 3d 897, 191 Cal. Rptr. 629 1983
|        ||3. Divorce Source: ECONOMIC TORT ACTIONS AGAINST THIRD PARTIES |
See also Restatement Second of Torts 876b 1977 a person may be liable in tort if he
|        ||4. Divorce Source: THIRD PARTIES CONSTRUCTIVE TRUST |
(©1998) In the parties divorce proceedings, the wife joined one of their sons as a party because he held title to property that was allegedly marital property. After determining that certain assets held by
|        ||5. Divorce Source: THIRD PARTIES - TITLE TO MARITAL HOME |
(©1997) The trial court abused its discretion by attempting to divest the husbands parents of their legal title to the marital residence without joining them as parties
|        ||6. Divorce Source: JURISDICTION OVER THIRD PARTIES |
(©1996) An out-of-state individual who provided financial, investment, and tax advice to the husband and wife was subject to personal jurisdiction in North Carolina, as was another individual who purported to
|        ||7. Divorce Source: DISCOVERY FROM THIRD PARTIES |
(©1996) The husband was not entitled to broad disclosure from a company owned by the wifes father, where the wife was a mere employee of the company and did not own any interest in it, the husband had failed
|        ||8. Divorce Source: GIFTS FROM THIRD PARTIES |
(©1996) During marriage, many couples receive financial assistance or assets from the parents of one or both spouses. When the marriage ends, how should these assets be classified?
|        ||9. Divorce Source: THIRD PARTIES- SPOUSE'S PARENTS OF RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL |
(©1994) Trial courts order that husband obtain a release from his parents of their right of first refusal on his home was proper, even though husbands parents were not parties to the proceedings
|        ||10. Divorce Source: JOINDER OF THIRD PARTIES - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCATES |
(©1994) The wife commenced a divorce action against the husband. In response, the husband filed a third-party claim for damages arising from the allegedly unauthorized practice of law by two domestic violence
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