As you transition from one chapter of your life to the next, what follows is our pick of the top 10 financial considerations to address in divorce.
Divorce Financial Planning and Investment
Whether you got a prenuptial agreement or not, begin the process to protect your non-marital assets as early as you can. You should not wait to protect your real estate assets during divorce.
In a separation agreement, separating individuals must agree on all the fundamental issues, including debts and assets share, child support, and custody, as well as property ownership.
There are many benefits of forming a Delaware Statutory Trust including limited liability, easy formation and maintenance, contractual flexibility, and – most significantly – favorable tax treatment.
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It can be difficult figuring out how to survive financially after divorce. Take control of your finances by using the following tips.
Cryptocurrency and divorce have become rising issues for people going through divorce. Find out how cryptocurrency may be handled in your divorce case.
There are several different things you should do to protect your business during divorce. Here are five things you should know during this difficult period.
Making a budget and stopping impulse shopping are just two ways to save money after divorce. It’s a good start – but you still have a way to go!