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August 2017 Archives

Bankruptcy issues sometimes come up for divorcing couples

Among the things a person here in California might be facing as they go into a divorce are financial difficulties. Financial struggles are among the things that sometimes lead a couple to getting divorced. Also, a divorce can put a lot of additional financial pressure on a person.

7 tips for documenting domestic violence

One of the biggest problems with domestic violence is simple: No one sees it happen. If your spouse is abusing you, you may know the truth, but what's to stop him or her from denying it? Then it turns into a he-said, she-said situation that can drag on and on and may never reach a fair resolution.

Special divorce concerns for victims of domestic abuse

What concerns a person has going into a divorce can be impacted by a great many things. This includes what happened to them leading up to the divorce. For example, when a person experienced domestic violence at the hands of their spouse, various special concerns can be present for them when they are divorcing their spouse.

How to avoid having your ex as your business partner

Not many divorces are easy, and they can be especially stressful if one or both parties own a business. There are some steps you can take to protect your company when your marriage is showing signs of breaking up. Plans to avoid losing half the business in which you've invested countless hours and utilized a myriad of resources will need to be put in place in advance of your divorce settlement. One of the most efficient -- and least expensive -- ways to protect a business is a prenup.

Five ways to protect your financial assets during a divorce

There is no such thing as an easy divorce. Emotions are at elevated levels, stress is at its peak, and that’s true even if the split is amicable. Most marriages that are ending leave in their wake hurt feelings and even some animosity. Although things may start out well, when it comes time to discuss separation of assets, child custody, child support, visitation, and alimony, compromises may not come easily and disagreements will likely arise.

Five ways to protect your financial assets during a divorce

There is no such thing as an easy divorce. Emotions are at elevated levels, stress is at its peak, and that's true even if the split is amicable. Most marriages that are ending leave in their wake hurt feelings and even some animosity. Although things may start out well, when it comes time to discuss separation of assets, child custody, child support, visitation, and alimony, compromises may not come easily and disagreements will likely arise.

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