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Archive for June 2019

Co-Parenting: How to Tell When You’re Doing it Right

It takes a lot of effort and hard work for two parents to say they’re at a point where they work together and do what’s best for the kids while minimizing conflict. And the hard work and effort required only increases when the parents involved are no longer together but are trying to co-parent together…

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Can a Divorce Lawyer Represent Both Parties?

When you are going through a divorce there are countless decisions to be made. It can seem like a good idea to cut back on expenses in any way possible. Some think that the most obvious way to do this is to have a California divorce attorney represent both parties in the divorce in a…

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Dividing the Assets: Is a Business an Income or an Asset?

Are you a business owner facing divorce? Are you the spouse of a business owner facing divorce? Either way, you probably have questions about how the business is handled during the division of assets. Is the business divided? How is it divided? Is the spouse of a business owner entitled to half of the business…

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Tips on Re-entering the Workforce After Divorce

Recently divorced individuals find themselves facing new challenges – some expected and some not as expected. Other new challenges seem to come without any warning. For stay-at-home Moms who wish to or need to re-enter the workforce after divorce, the challenge to succeed in a completely new realm so soon after the stress and emotional…

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Considering the Impact of Divorce on College Financial Planning

Divorcing parents have to manage a number of unique challenges when they plan for the financing of their child’s college education. If possible, divorced parents should cooperate and consider implementing a number of strategies to maximize the financial aid available to their college student. In doing so, they could potentially decrease the financial burden of…

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Will New Tax Laws Complicate Divorce in 2019?

Some are saying that the 2019 tax bill is complicating divorce for women. And they are right. For those whose divorces will be finalized after December 31, 2018, there will be repercussions. The new law makes spousal support (sometimes referred to as alimony) non-tax-deductible for the payer and non-taxable for the recipient. This effectively eliminates…

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