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Property Division

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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What to Include in Your Will

A last will and testament can be confusing, but it is necessary. According to an AARP survey, 2 out of five Americans over 45 do not have a will. While no doubt a daunting task, formulating a will saves time and money for loved ones and offers peace of mind about everything.
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Think about the future when dividing property in a divorce

Who is going to keep the house? What is going to happen to the retirement accounts? Who gets to keep the stained glass butterfly collection? All of these are examples of questions that will come up during a property division meeting during a divorce. How these are answered depends on a variety
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