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How is your spouse going to hide assets?

Your spouse may not have legal justification for hiding assets, but he or she may break the law in an attempt to keep those assets from you. It happens. People take a lot of risks where money is concerned. This is especially common in contentious divorce cases, as your spouse may also do it to cause you direct financial harm.

What should stay-at-home moms get in a divorce?

Every year, many mothers in the US leave the workplace, staying home to raise their families and support their husbands' career pursuits.  Highly-educated women, especially, make considerable sacrifices to put their careers on hold for homemaking and mothering.

Divorce can impact children's educations even if wealthy

Research tends to point to shortened academic careers for children in divorced families. According to a new study, wealth does not appear to provide a complete counterbalance. Instead, UCLA researchers suggest it may be that financially stable families suffer disproportional academic setbacks.

What to do with your business when you divorce your partner

If you are in business with your spouse, you have likely dealt with your share of disputes. Even if you drafted a careful business plan, you may have come across issues about which your opposing views could find no common ground. Still, you managed to make a successful go of it, and your company may have grown to provide your family with comfort and stability.

A kinder, gentler division of assets

It can be tempting to view the process of property division during a divorce as a way to exact some sweet revenge. Fighting for items that may have sentimental value to your spouse may feel good. To have the chance to deprive your spouse of something special may feel justified, particularly if your spouse is the reason for the divorce.

What to do with your business after a divorce

When you and your spouse started your business together, you may never have imagined that a divorce would be the factor threatening the end of your business. If you are divorcing, your business partnership may also be coming to an end.

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