Month

April 2017
Your spouse doesn’t want the marriage to end. You know it’s what you want and you’ve tried to convince him or her that it’s for the best, but you just can’t agree. It’s a tough situation, and these tips can help you get through it. First, make sure you always communicate. Don’t hide things. Don’t...
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You’ve likely heard people talk about staying together for the kids. Some parents, who would otherwise dissolve their own marriages, don’t want to do so since they have children. Naturally, every situation is different, and parents have to make their own decisions on what is best for them and their kids. Staying together can help...
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Lump sum alimony payments are not possible for everyone. If your spouse is being ordered to pay, he or she has to have enough money on hand, after the divorce, to make the payment. However, in some high asset divorce cases, this type of money is present, and there are some benefits with lump sum...
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You and your spouse decide to file for divorce. At the beginning of the process, you’re instructed to bring documentation of the assets you control so that the court can decide how they should be divided. You get there, and you feel like the assets look thinner than they should have been. Maybe the bank...
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