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If you are considering divorcing your spouse, you probably have many questions. One of them may be the question of how you and your spouse’s property will be divided after you split. You may be wondering to yourself, “Who will stay … Continue reading

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When entertainers and comedians talk about divorce, they often make references to the idea that both spouses will automatically get half of the couple’s assets. Such tropes are often mildly misogynistic, suggesting that a rich man who gets married is … Continue reading

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Many divorcing spouses have surprisingly few assets to divide in this day and age. Couples may execute a prenuptial agreement to do so preemptively, or they may simply keep most of their assets separate. However, when a couple have high-value … Continue reading

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If you and your spouse are thinking about ending your marriage, you probably realize that your marital property will need to be divided between the two of you in the process. Ideally, you and your spouse could negotiate an amicable … Continue reading

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When you are going through a divorce, financial and property considerations are often among the most complex elements of the process. Dividing marital assets can be intensely personal, as well as extremely confusing, depending on what your marital estate includes. … Continue reading

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While the concept of debt is not always a terrible thing, it can certainly be extremely stressful in certain situations. For example, when you and your spouse took out an auto loan to buy a new car, you probably viewed … Continue reading

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The period during which a marriage is breaking down can be an extremely stressful and challenging time. Both spouses are often dealing with various emotional difficulties as they struggle to reach a decision regarding the future of the marriage. It … Continue reading

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