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I Own a Business—What Will Happen During Property Division?
I Own a Business—What Will Happen During Property Division?

The outcome of your property division case could seriously impact your financial stability for years or even decades post-divorce. As a business owner, you may be wondering how your enterprise plays into your property division dispute. Understanding things like whether your ...

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  • I Own a Business—What Will Happen During Property Division?

    The outcome of your property division case could seriously impact your financial stability for years or even decades post-divorce. As a business owner, you may be wondering how your enterprise plays ...

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  • Tips for Handling a Custody Battle

    Whether you're going through a divorce or navigating a paternity case, getting involved in a child custody battle can be nervewracking. The outcome of a custody case can set the tone for parent-child ...

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  • Why You Should Consider Getting a Prenuptial Agreement

    Misconceptions abound surrounding prenuptial agreements. Marriage blogs and advice columns often push back against the need for a prenup, asking questions like, "why would you want to discuss terms ...

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  • Common Property Division Mistakes (& How to Avoid Them)

    A property division dispute is often the lengthiest, most combative part of a divorce (especially when the divorcees don't share children). The outcome of your property division case can severely ...

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  • Student Loan Payments During Marriage… Is the Community Entitled to Reimbursement?

    When one spouse pays off his or her student loan debt during marriage, questions may be raised upon divorce as to whether the community should be reimbursed for such payments. Recently, a California ...

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  • Co-Parenting During the 2020/2021 School Year: How to Help Your Child Thrive

    In a blog we wrote about the impact of COVID-19 on the US divorce rate , we discussed how COVID-19 has effectively monopolized 2020 for many Americans. As parents prepare for the 2020/2021 school ...

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