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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Prenuptial Agreements: The Case of Mark Zuckerberg

One day after the Facebook IPO opened on the stock exchange in 2012, founder Mark Zuckerberg and his now wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, walked down the aisle. While many wondered what the couple received as wedding gifts – what can you really get for a billionaire CEO anyway – others...
Posted On 16 Dec 2016
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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...

I’m Getting a Divorce and I Want to Keep My Car

Going through a divorce is bad enough, but losing your cherished automobile can be enough to send you over the cliff. Whether you are a car enthusiast, car collector, or just very fond of the family car, you want to make sure you come out of the divorce with the keys. If this is...

How Are Retirement Accounts Divided in Divorce?

Want to know how retirement accounts are divided during divorce? There are many different factors to consider when it comes to figuring out who gets what property once you divorce. When going through the process of property division in divorce, it is important to consider both...

Does My Spouse Get My 401(k) When I Divorce?

Dividing retirement in divorce can be complicated and frustrating. Many people spend decades saving for their post-working years and if their marriages do not work out, they may lose a substantial amount of this money. With record numbers of Americans, many of whom have...
Posted On 23 Jan 2014
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Do I Lose My 401(k) When I Get Divorced?

Thinking about getting divorced? You may be considering alimony, child support, and property division in divorce but have you thought about how your retirement may be affected? Many couples who are thinking of divorcing never consider how this act can affect their lifestyles...
Posted On 17 Jan 2014
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Dividing Pension and Retirement Accounts in Divorce

When couples enter the divorce process, they become consumed with dividing their property. This involves deciding who will get the house, cars, personal belongings, and cash. Division of property extends to pensions and retirement accounts held by both parties. Dividing these...

Who Keeps the House in a Divorce? Division of Property Answers

Division of property during a divorce is accomplished through agreement by the spouses, a property settlement, or judicial decree. Several factors are considered and representation from an expert lawyer that deals with marital property is recommended to avoid losing any...

Get Your Fair Share of Marital Property

Property division is one of the most unpleasant aspects of getting divorced. Couples without children find themselves fighting over assets and heirlooms rather than children. Couples with children argue over who will keep the home in which to raise them. When dealing with...
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