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Divorce Strategies You Should Avoid

Divorce Strategies You Should Avoid

Divorce Strategies You Should Avoid Common Mistakes During Divorce Getting a divorce is one of the most stressful processes you can go through, even if your split is amicable and your assets are easy to manage. If you have an especially combative spouse, or your marital assets are many and various, it will be even …

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Property Held In Joint Tenancy. Spouse Dies During A Divorce Proceeding?

What Happens To A Property Held In Joint Tenancy When One Spouse Dies During A Divorce Proceeding? Short Answer: If you die during the divorce proceeding, your spouse will receive your one-half of the house unless you sever your interest in the joint tenancy.  Generally, if one party dies after a Petition for Dissolution of …

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Understanding Divorce Terrorism

Understanding Divorce Terrorism

Understanding Divorce Terrorism Most often, the victim of Divorce Terrorism is the victim of long-term domestic violence of a kind that is subtle, manipulative and controlling, yet because of the nature of the abuse and the pervasive gaslighting that occurs in this type of relationship, the victims often question whether they are actually the one …

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Divorce Terrorism

Divorce Terrorism

Divorce Terrorism There is a fable about a scorpion trying to cross a river.  He asks a frog if the frog will take him across the river on her back.  The frog initially protests, claiming that the scorpion will only sting her once the scorpion is on her back. “Why would I do that?” replies …

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Cohabitation Agreements

What is a Cohabitation Agreement?

Cohabitation Agreements As an increasing number of people chose to live together rather than marry, we see an increasing  number of questions about cohabitation. Whether a couple is cohabitating before marriage, or instead of marriage, one thing is clear – non-married partners do not have the same rights to property, spousal support or other benefits …

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