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Your property division checklist

There are so many things to keep track of in a divorce that it can be easy to forget what's important. It seems like each area has its potential issues and problems that estate planners have to address. Take asset division, for example. If you forget to consider capital gains tax liabilities on a valuable piece of property, you could be in serious trouble.

Questions about health crises and child custody modifications

Let's say you just had a heart attack and you're worried how you're going to keep paying your child support. Fortunately, you survived the heart attack and your doctor expects you to be okay as long as you make a few life changes. You need to spend two months resting. In fact, your doctor doesn't want you to return to your manual labor job because of the strain it has on your heart.

3 tips for running a business together after divorce

If you have a thriving business, one question you might have is how you can continue working with your ex-spouse after a divorce. For some people, it's simply not possible because of conflicts, but for many, it is possible to remain business partners in the best interests of the business itself.

3 myths about divorce you should know

Getting divorced is usually not something people plan to do when they get married. Unfortunately, it is something that happens. If you are considering divorce, you may have some preconceived notions that are incorrect. This could be due to things you have heard from friends, family or even seen on an acquaintance's social media feed.

Without children, who should keep the house after a divorce?

When you and your spouse choose to divorce, it can often seem overwhelming to suddenly face the many issues divorce presents. If you find yourself feeling this way, don't worry — you're not alone. Many couples have trouble connecting the dots between understanding it's time to end the marriage and actually finalizing the divorce.

Will bankruptcy make unpaid child support disappear?

No matter what community you're living in, you can find scores of custodial parents owed unpaid child support. Some of these parents sit idly by and allow the delinquent payments to remain unpaid. Other parents, in desperate need of this additional source of financial support, seek legal action to enforce the child support orders.

Can a postnuptial or midnuptial agreement save your marriage?

Marriages can be difficult, and require constant care and attention. Even so, issues can occur. Sometimes, one spouse may have engaged in a prolonged affair or a one-night stand. Other times, a substance abuse or gambling problem may lead to serious issues within the marriage. Many couples in this situation think that the only way forward, other than marriage counseling, is to divorce. They may be overlooking an increasingly common tool which can help save their marriage: the postnuptial or midnuptial agreement. These legal documents can help you and your spouse spell out expectation and consequences for future issues.

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