Month

June 2017
You and your spouse are divorcing. You’ve lived together in the same house for 20 years. You instinctively want to keep the home, even if it costs you other assets. This can be right for some people and wrong for others. To decide how you should proceed, here are three important questions to ask. 1....
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You didn’t get a prenuptial agreement. You didn’t want to ask your spouse about it. Now that you’re married, though, you think you’ve made a mistake. If so, you may want to consider a postnup. As you may already have guessed, it can do many of the same things, but the two of you can...
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You and your spouse are planning to split up. As hard as it is, you have to do it. You’re focusing on the kids every step of the way, and you want to know as much as possible about child support before you set foot in the courtroom. To help, here are a few common...
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In the movies, it seems like divorce always happens in dramatic fashion when one spouse walks in on the other spouse, who is cheating with the neighbor, a friend or a co-worker. In seconds, a relationship that took years to build comes to an end. This does happen, but the reality is that a lot...
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You know that you can void out your marriage by using an annulment, but are you wondering if you’re even eligible? It’s important to remember that there are specific criteria that must be met, and not everyone can seek an annulment. If you still do want to use it, perhaps because you would rather make...
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