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Generally speaking, both parties to a divorce want to walk away with as much as they each can. (Rarely will you hear a spouse say “whatever it takes, just end it.”) Usually there is a fight over who contributed more to the marriage financially and what types of contributions count. A spouse who works and…

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Going through a divorce is much like working through the death of a loved one where you experience stages akin to the grieving process. Most people do not go from saying “Okay, I’m getting a divorce,” to filing paperwork and starting over without doing a lot of introspection. Whether you are at the beginning, middle…

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The coronavirus pandemic has elevated the risk of domestic violence, bringing the issue to the forefront as it relates not only to couples, but children. As more people are working from home or have lost their jobs it has added stress to already strained marriages. Quarantining people together who are already explosive can have a…

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When you get married and choose to merge finances to create a true partnership, not everyone thinks about the “what ifs” later in life. That can be particularly true when you choose to start a business. Most couples are focused on the details of ensuring their new venture is being set up and run properly.…

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Everyone’s circumstances in life change. They can change at a moment’s notice with or without warning. These circumstances can create a major financial problem, especially if you are paying or receiving child support. Child support agreements, even if already in place, can be modified by requesting a change through the court. An adjustment can be…

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Estate planning is for everyone, not just a select few. The only time it’s too late to create an estate plan is after you’re gone. That’s why now is just a good a time as any for you to create a plan that protects your assets, your dependents, and yourself. Mapping out an estate plan…

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