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December 2016 Archives

You may be entitled to your spouse's pension or retirement plan

When dividing assets during divorce, you may assume you simply have to split up what you own. This is often very tangible: the family home, the car, the vacation home, your wine collect, your home furnishings, the contents of your bank account, and the like. These are things you see and interact with all the time.

Think ahead when you are heading toward divorce

The end of the year means a lot of things to different people. For some people, it means that a divorce is looming. The beginning of the year is a busy time of the year for divorces. Parents might not want to ruin the holiday with the news of the divorce. Other couples might want to start the new year off without the relationship. It is all a matter of personal preference.

How to survive the holidays after divorce

There are several occasions that will be difficult after divorce, including birthdays and anniversaries, but often the holiday season is one of the hardest times for recently divorced people, especially if you have children. While there will always be parts that are hard, there are some things you can do to make it easier. Here are some tips to get through the holiday season after divorce.

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