By aphlaw | Published September 13, 2021 | | |
There are a lot of challenges associated with the divorce process, not the least of which is figuring out how you will emerge from the process with financial stability. Here are a few tips to help you with your money management during divorce so you can maintain financial sanity. Only take advice from experts: You’ll Read MoreRead More
The best tool you have available to protect your assets in the event of a divorce is a prenuptial agreement. In such an agreement you can lay out all the stipulations for what will happen to your assets should you and your spouse end up getting divorced. But what if you have trusts? Can you Read MoreRead More
If you are going through the divorce process with an abusive spouse, you can request orders of protection from the court, such as a temporary restraining order. This will ensure your spouse remains away from you and does not contact you, with significant penalties if they disobey. When a restraining order is in place, this Read MoreRead More
It’s understandable to want to find a new living situation as soon as possible if you and your spouse are divorcing. However, in some cases that simply is not possible or practical, which means you will need to spend more time together. This can be awkward or uncomfortable during the divorce process, but there are Read MoreRead More
Your divorce hearing is an early part of the divorce process that allows you to make some temporary decisions until the final terms of your divorce can be settled. There may be several hearings, depending on the nature of your divorce and the complexity of its issues. Here are a few tips for how you Read MoreRead More
The divorce process can take a lot of time and money. The good news is there are ways you can minimize how much of both of those resources you lose. Here are a few tips that can help you save both time and money when getting a divorce. Collect documents: As soon as you are Read MoreRead More
In the vast majority of circumstances, people who are considering getting a divorce will not be eligible for an annulment. You will likely only be eligible for an annulment if the marriage was a result of fraud, if your spouse was already married at the time, or if your spouse cannot consummate the marriage or Read MoreRead More
Even relatively amicable divorces can have moments of tension, where it can feel like an argument is ready to burst out at any moment. This is only natural, given the emotional nature of the divorce process. However, it’s in everyone’s best interest to keep the arguments to a minimum so you can avoid damaging the Read MoreRead More
As you go through the process of dividing your marital assets during your divorce, you will need to also consider the value of any business assets you own. If you’re the owner of a small business, you might not have previously tried to come to an accurate estimates of its market value, so the process Read MoreRead More
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