Divorce Tips – Moving & Relocation Terminology

AMSA – The American Moving and Storage Association. This is a national trade organization that represents licensed household goods movers and agents. AMSA sponsors a dispute resolution program that offers neutral arbitration to movers and consumers as a means to deal fairly with disputes relating to loss and damage claims. Additional (or accessorial) services – Read more…

Moving Company Valuation Methods – Consumers Right To Know

Moving Valuation Methods – What You Need To Know Professional
 household goods movers are required to assume liability
 for the cargo they transport. The level of that liability
is up to you. Most movers offer 4 levels of liability 
and these will be reflected in their tariffs. While valuation
is a form of financial protection, it is Read more…

Divorce Tips – Interstate Moving

Prior Census Bureau surveys reported that in a 12-month period, nearly 45 million people relocate, and many of these moves are interstate relocations. The survey also found that divorced people are much more likely to relocate than those who remain married. In contested divorces involving the issue of relocation, most courts now focus their decision on the judicial determination of what is in the Read more…

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State Of Wisconsin Divorce Law

Wisconsin Family Law And Divorce Resource U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the divorce courts in Wisconsin have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division of community property. Since state laws are repealed Read more…