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Blog Posts in April, 2014

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  • The Fate of Student Loans in a Divorce
    The Fate of Student Loans in a Divorce

    You may share debts in a marriage, and then those debts get equitably divided in a divorce, so what does this mean for student loans in your divorce? Usually speaking, if educational debt preceded ...

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  • Six Things You Can't Forget in Property Division
    Six Things You Can't Forget in Property Division

    As complex as property division is, it can be all too simple to forget a greatly important asset that could be split up, until it gets added to the divorce agreement as an afterthought. If you work ...

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  • Financial Tips for a Spring Divorce
    Financial Tips for a Spring Divorce

    If your spring cleaning this year is accompanied by thoughts of divorce, then you can take this time to get your finances in order, with a view to be prepared for a complex legal process. Of course, ...

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  • What Will Happen to My Pet in the Divorce?
    What Will Happen to My Pet in the Divorce?

    According to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, pet custody is an increasingly common battle front in divorce. It only makes sense, considering the roughly 50 percent divorce rate in the ...

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  • What Your Kids Need to Hear from You During a Divorce
    What Your Kids Need to Hear from You During a Divorce

    Just as you may be struggling to make sense of your divorce , your children will be going through a turmoil of emotions, no matter how young or how old they are. There are many things you can do to ...

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  • Qualified Domestic Relations Orders: Your Retirement Accounts and Your Divorce
    Qualified Domestic Relations Orders: Your Retirement Accounts and Your Divorce

    When it comes to splitting up retirement accounts, not all accounts are created equal. For one thing, different accounts come with different tax consequences; even if two accounts have the same amount ...

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