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Divorce can be an emotional challenge for many. The thought of starting a new routine may be difficult to handle as well as thinking about financial burdens that may come out of the divorce process. It is important to stay positive as starting a new chapter in life can be challenging but also rewarding. In […]
When many people think of divorce, they may picture a couple litigating their case in the court system. It is important to know that there are multiple divorce processes someone can choose from aside from a traditional divorce via the court system such as divorce mediation and a collaborative divorce. While a traditional divorce might […]
If one or both spouses in a divorce owns a business or a shared ownership of a business – whether big or small – this will most definitely play a part in the divorce process. There are many items to consider when one or both spouses is involved in a business and they are going […]
A divorce is a complicated process – from dividing assets such as bank, investment, and retirement accounts to the determination of who will retain the marital residence. A way to make it less complicated and less stressful is to be knowledgeable of the topics that will need covered and resolved during the divorce in addition […]
Going through a divorce can be difficult and heart wrenching for many reasons – especially if children are involved. Having children can make a divorce more complicated because parents always want their children to grow up in the best situation possible. While a divorce can be difficult on everyone involved, there are ways to make […]
The divorce process can not only be tough on your emotions, but it can also be tough on your financial resources. Finances are one of the topics most divorcing couples fear because the unknown of the future can be daunting. When one or both spouses are a high net worth individual, things can get even […]
A divorce brings with it many topics to consider, some of which may cause worry and confusion to those involved. One of those common topics is spousal support. Whether you may worry that you will not receive the support you need or that you will owe your spouse a hefty amount of money each month, […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has effected nearly all aspects of life. This includes court proceedings, which are now mostly conducted remotely via computer or other digital means. A common question among individuals that are subject to a custody order of court regarding their child or children is whether custody or custody orders of court are modified […]
Tax time can be stressful, and some tax years can be more complicated than others – especially when a couple is facing a divorce. This is because there are more tax issues to consider when a divorce is involved. From your filing status, to claiming dependents, to your tax refund, there are many items to […]
If you are faced with a divorce today, there are many more avenues to consider regarding the divorce process than there were years ago. Some of your options may include a traditional divorce which involves relying on the court to make the final decisions, mediation which allows you and your spouse to work together on […]