Blog Posts in March, 2018

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  • Bird Nest Custody May Truly Be in the Best Interest of Your Child
    Bird Nest Custody May Truly Be in the Best Interest of Your Child

    Historically, child custody arrangements have involved kids behing shuttled between one parent's home and another's. A new type of custody arrangement, bird nesting, is quickly becoming popular ...

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  • Having a Prenup Is Critical When You're Getting Remarried
    Having a Prenup Is Critical When You're Getting Remarried

    Financial planners and attorneys working with couples getting married for the second time (or more) are increasingly recommending that their clients have a prenuptial agreement drafted before they ...

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  • What Is a Parenting Agreement and What Happens If It's Violated?
    What Is a Parenting Agreement and What Happens If It's Violated?

    While, in the media, we hear a lot about those few custody cases that have gotten heated, there are plenty of other ones that are either resolved through mediation or some other type of collaboration. ...

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  • What Property Remains Separate in a High Asset Divorce?
    What Property Remains Separate in a High Asset Divorce?

    The process of deciding who gets what, also called asset division, is often one of the most complex and contested aspects of a divorce. Couples rarely agree on how to split what they've acquired ...

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  • Factors to Consider When Dividing up a 401(K) During a Divorce
    Factors to Consider When Dividing up a 401(K) During a Divorce

    Outside of a home, it's likely that one of your largest assets is all the money that's contained in a 401(k) retirement account. When you're facing a divorce, you and your ex will likely have to come ...

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  • Prenups Can Not Only Protect Your Assets, but Ward off Debt
    Prenups Can Not Only Protect Your Assets, but Ward off Debt

    You may question why you're getting married if you feel the need to think about the prospect of a divorce at the time. However, some financial experts caution that it's a wise thing to do. Under most ...

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