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What is the Dissipation of Assets?

Finances and how each spouse handles money can be a constant source of stress in any marriage and may lead to divorce. While one spouse wants to save for retirement or a kids’ college fund, the other spends a family's money as if it burns a hole in their pocket or...

Tips for negotiating a divorce

There are many details to be considered and addressed when filing for divorce, but it is also smart to prepare for the negotiation process mentally. There are some important things to remember during a negotiation, whether it is sitting down with a spouse and your...

Marrying an entrepreneur can lead to problems

Some fall in love with ambitious people. They likely found the trait attractive or even comforting, thinking that this partnership will be quite successful. At some point, they may have shifted direction, moving from an executive position at a company to starting a...

How to value a business during divorce

Dividing assets in a divorce are often one of the most complicated parts of the process. Because couples rarely split everything in half, the two sides go through a process of valuing everything so that they can arrive at a fair and equitable agreement. While this may...

Dividing student loans in a divorce

When people get a divorce, in addition to dividing shared property, they may also have debts that one or both people will be responsible for. The average age for a first divorce is 30, and this means that many people who are getting a divorce might have student loans....