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December 2019 Archives

High-profile divorce included spousal support request in error

Divorce can be a messy business, especially when emotions are inflamed. But it is important to remember that passion is rarely the thing that makes the end of a marriage go smoothly. It is also rarely the thing that helps resolve the material factors of a divorce, such as splitting assets or getting spousal support as well as financial help for raising children.

Property division: what is a "pet-nup?"

For many people, pets are more than just furry companions. They are often considered members of the family. They receive as much love and care as any humans in the household. That is why pet care can be difficult to determine in the event of a divorce. Oftentimes, both spouses have a strong attachment to the pet and both want to care for it, which can run counter to the desire for both of them to move on with their lives after the divorce is finalized.

Don't use divorce as a threat

Thoughts of divorce are not uncommon. They often come up when two people have an argument or a disagreement. One or both start thinking about what it would be like to end the marriage and have the freedom to do whatever they want -- thereby "winning" the argument.

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