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February 2017 Archives

Child custody matters are difficult but you must resolve them

We discussed some of the factors that play a part in child custody cases in one of our recent blog posts. Of all of these factors, the most important is determining what is in the child's best interests. This is something that must be considered for each child in a case. If you have more than one child, each child must be considered individually.

Child custody cases are based on several factors

Child custody cases that go before a judge are often difficult for the parents. These cases put your child's future into someone else's hands. For the parents who have to go through this process, it can be very hard to think about what might happen. This is one of those times when the more you know, the better you might feel comes into the picture.

Marital agreements have an important role in marriage

When you get married, you assume that you are going to be married forever. When this doesn't happen, you might think about what you are going to do about all of the items you have accumulated during your marriage. If you had a premarital or postmarital agreement, you can fall back on those terms to handle the property division.

Learn about the options you have for complex property division

There are many different things that have to be settled before a divorce can be finalized. One of these is the property division aspect of the divorce. You and your ex will have to divvy up all of the property that was obtained throughout the course of your marriage. If you have a considerable net worth, this could be a complex process.

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