I asked Family Law attorney Stacy Rocheleau of Rocheleau Law Group to write a guest blog post for me on workers' compensation benefits and divorce. The Rocheleau Law Group handles divorce, child custody, and guardianship matters and offers a free legal guide. Their website is at www.rocheleaulaw.com, and phone is (702) 914-0400. This is what Attorney Rocheleau wrote:
Are you getting a divorce and wondering who will receive the income your spouse received from a work related injury?
This question is often asked and the answer can be complex. Earnings by either party could be community property, so any income received from a work related injury would need to be decided by the court in a divorce. Who receives the income will depend upon how the award is classified.
There are at least four different ways that workers' compensation benefits can be classified...
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Family Law Updates, Worker’s Compensation Updates
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