Parent Coordinator Helps Divorced Couples Manage Custody Disputes
Family courts expect divorced parents to work together in good faith to do what’s best for their children. In a perfect world, co-parents create a Parenting Plan and then not only follow it, but also remain flexible enough to solve problems and handle changes as they arise. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work that way. When
10 Documents for a Business Valuation in Divorce
A company that you, your spouse or both of you own, like any other marital asset, is subject to division in the divorce settlement. If the business is considered marital property, determining its value is the next step. Value may be based on historical income generation, future ability to generate income, assets held, or liquidation
Family Law Legal Fees: The A-B-C’s on How to Keep Costs Down in a Divorce
The initial stages of researching and inevitably obtaining the right attorney to represent your best interests likely feel foreign and overwhelming. Inside knowledge on the process can reduce legal expenses while simultaneously providing clarity on what to expect when venturing this unknown terrain. Here are some tips for keeping legal fees low from the staff of
Kids’ Summer Camp: Who Pays After Divorce?
Summer camp conjures memories of fun, friendship, and adventure. For separated or divorced parents, determining who is responsible for paying for summer camp can be as bewildering as learning to tie knots or building a fire with two sticks. Take the time to discuss, determine, and agree upon a plan NOW to ensure your co-parenting
Assemble the Documents: 10 Essential Items to Show Your Divorce Lawyer
d Legal SeparationProcesses Being prepared when meeting with a divorce attorney can save you time and money. Furthermore, it can particularly provide the headway needed to help your proceedings progress more smoothly. How? In order to divide marital property and accounts, they must first be disclosed (and statements can’t lie). 10 Essential Documents: Checklist ___
What Counts as Marital Property in Missouri?
A common cause of anxiety for anyone considering divorce is not knowing what will happen to everything they own: house, car, furniture, gifts from family, inheritance, retirement plans and more. What is considered marital property under Missouri law, and what will happens to the property in a divorce? Generally speaking, under the Missouri statutes, any
Why Hire a Business Valuation Expert in a Divorce?
If the family business is among the marital assets to be appraised and divided in a divorce, you’re facing a complex task that could have an impact on your finances for years to come. Often business owners and their fiancés will sign a prenuptial agreement before the wedding to address the issue of the business in
Smart Tax Tips if You’re Married and Filing Jointly or Separately
Tax filing deadline is fast approaching–it falls on Monday, April 18, 2022. For divorcing spouses, this means deciding whether to file as Married – Filing Jointly, or Married – Filing Separately. Although it is not required by law, for the vast majority of legally wed people, it is typically extremely advantageous to file tax returns
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