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High Asset Divorce

How Are Financial Investments Divided in a Divorce?

Under Indiana law, spouses who choose to file for divorce must divide their marital property in a just and reasonable manner. Any assets you or your spouse own, including real estate, life insurance, retirement assets, and stock and investment portfolios, is a form of marital property — even if you acquired the
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Is Indiana a Community Property State?

One of the most important aspects of a divorce is the allocation of property. You and your former spouse may have acquired certain assets during your marriage that could be up for division during your divorce proceedings, and it is important to know what is and is not marital property. Different states
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Can a Divorce Be Reversed?

Divorce is a serious decision, and at the conclusion of your proceeding, you may want to change your mind about some aspects. Perhaps you want to edit your custody arrangements, fix issues regarding the reporting of assets, or overturn the divorce decree altogether. Reversing a divorce can be a difficult process, but
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What Can Alimony Be Used For?

Divorce can be a complicated process, especially if you and your spouse have children or a large number of assets involved. Depending on your circumstances, the court may order you to provide alimony to your former spouse, or financial support paid by one spouse to another after a divorce. While not as
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How to Protect Your Inheritance From Your Spouse

When we pass away, we trust that our loved ones will divide our assets in accordance to our will. We choose the people that we give our belongings to very carefully, and if a loved one leaves us with an inheritance, we know that he or she put thought into that decision.
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