Should I Keep The House For My Kids During Divorce?

Moving Out with Children Post-Divorce In some cases, keeping the family home after divorce is not the best option for either of the spouses or the children. When this is the situation, custodial parents often need to find a new home for them and their children to live. Leaving a...
Posted On 29 May 2017
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Hiding Assets During Divorce?

Not Disclosing Assets During Divorce is Illegal Being worried about losing everything during a divorce is quite normal. The temptation to lie about those assets so you do not lose them is also normal. But, you are not the first person to go through a nasty divorce and you are...

How do Assets Get Divided in a Divorce?

Division of Property In a Divorce You’ve decided to get a divorce but are concerned about your financial future. When you were with your soon to be ex, everything seemed to be on schedule and planned out. Now, your finances are completely up in the air and you wonder what rights...

Division of Property during Divorce

Divorce can be difficult for many reasons, one being the division of property during divorce. Many of things purchased during the course of the marriage are obviously cherished by both people. That being the case, certain items can bring the divorce negotiations to a screaming...

What Happens to Our Pet during Divorce?

We often hear about the battles over child custody or big assets, such as a home, boat, or car, but what about pets in divorce? If you are a pet owner, it is probably no surprise that the battles to keep the family pet are often just as ugly as they are in child custody. Is this...

What Happens to Our House in Divorce?

In many marriages, the single most valuable asset in joint ownership is the home. So, it is very understandable how the home becomes of the most disputed pieces of property in a divorce settlement. Should it be sold? Will the parent gaining primary custody of the children...

What Are My Non-Marital Property Rights?

Divorces are famous for ugly property rights disputes, but these problems are usually related to splitting up the assets that were acquired during a marriage. But what about the property that is considered non-marital property, be it brought into the marriage or something...

Is Keeping Your Home a Smart Decision During a Divorce?

Most parents will agree that keeping the lives of the children as normal as possible is very important during a divorce. Regardless if the parents are getting joint custody or if both going for sole custody, the life-style and environment “pre divorce” needs to be...
Posted On 30 Jan 2015
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Determining Marital and Non-Marital Property in a Divorce

One of the realities of divorce is separating marital and non-marital property. This is also one of the reasons many divorces take forever to settle and both parties often leave the table with some feelings of animosity. It is very important going into divorce proceedings with a...
Posted On 27 Jan 2015
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Deciding Whether to Keep Your House During Divorce with Kids

Starting a family is exciting and often leads to purchasing a larger home. Many special memories are made raising children in the family home but some parents cannot make the magic last and eventually decide to divorce. One of the biggest decisions they must make is whether to...
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