It is possible to get through a divorce without a great impact on your finances, only if you educate yourself and take some precautions.
Before we talk about parties continuing to co-own the business, we need to identify what kind of business it is. Is it a sole proprietorship? Well, in that case, it would not apply because it’s only one owner. But both parties may work in the business. Is it a partnership in which they both own […]
I take your question as applying to both child support and/or alimony, which is also known as spousal support. In New Jersey alimony is addressed under the factors that are set forth under the alimony reform act. So, the first step would be to determine the standard of living of the marriage and we […]
Trial courts in Indiana are tasked with dividing marital property in a “just and reasonable manner.” Marital property refers to property acquired during the marriage, while separate property refers to property that you brought into the marriage…
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Divorcing couples should keep their premarital or non-marital retirement & brokerage accounts separate from any marital accounts. Learn more here.
Contributions made from the working spouse’s wages to the working spouse’s retirement accounts during the marriage would be considered marital property and subject to distribution under Maryland law. There’s a difference between pensions, which are known as defined benefit plans and retirement plans such as 401Ks or Roth IRAs, which are known as defined contribution […]