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Who Gets the Beach House in the Divorce?

A second family home at the beach offers a change of scenery and a much-needed break from the daily grind. For couples who are divorcing, a vacation home is also often a source of contention. Both spouses may want the home, but with the cost of divorce and the division of one household into two, » Read More


Best Practices for Divorce Proceedings

Even under the best circumstances, divorces are stressful, and most people do not experience divorce under anything but difficult circumstances. While your emotions are running high, it is crucial to know everything possible about marital and spousal assets. Know What You Have Unless it is known exactly what assets you and your spouse have, a » Read More


How Divorce Can Affect Children’s College Education

The financial implications of filing for a divorce can be overwhelming. This can be especially true when the divorce is taking place while a child is preparing to leave for college. For many parents, the fear of sabotaging your child’s college education due to a reduction in available financial resources can be additional stress during » Read More


Can a Summer Vacation Lead to Divorce?

Vacation is supposed to be for quality time with loved ones and much needed rest and relaxation. However, according to new research, summer vacations may not be that blissful after all. A study conducted by the University of Washington found that divorce often comes on the heels of summer vacation. According to research, divorce seems » Read More


Highest Divorce Rate Jobs

Marriages break up for all sorts of reasons, many of them unique to the couple involved. Still, those in certain occupations have higher divorce rates than people engaged in other types of employment. There is a definite correlation between income and divorce rate, with lower-earning couples far more likely to divorce, and less likely to » Read More


New Federal Alimony Tax Law Takes Effect 2019

Changes to the way divorced couples pay taxes on alimony are encouraging some couples to speed up their divorce before the new law takes effect next year. The federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reverses which spouses are required to pay taxes on alimony. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will apply to divorces settled » Read More


Avoid Post-Divorce Insurance Dilemmas

When filing for divorce, it is crucially important to include information pertaining to insurance policy beneficiary designees in settlement agreements, prior to entering a judgment. It is also equally-important to include information regarding gaining access to pertinent insurance policy information post-divorce. Settlement agreements, judgments, and court orders can allow a former spouse to remain named » Read More


High Asset Divorces Are Different

Weddings and divorces have one thing in common – they inevitably cost more than originally anticipated. This can be especially true for divorcing couples that have significant assets, especially if the possibility of separation was not planned for in advance. Couples with a high net worth can experience greater degrees of stress and complications throughout » Read More


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Who Gets the Beach House in the Divorce?

June 20, 2018
A second family home at the beach offers a change of scenery and a much-needed break from the daily ..

Best Practices for Divorce Proceedings

June 13, 2018
Even under the best circumstances, divorces are stressful, and most people do not experience divorce..