When it comes to keeping a small business alive after divorce, reducing the negative impact of divorce on yourself, your staff and the day-to-day operations is critical.
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.
If you want the flexibility to use your divorce agreement to reduce future tax liabilities, you’ll need to move fast: you only have until the end of 2018 to execute your divorce agreement to take advantage of the old, more favorable US tax laws. In this case, time really IS money!
How does the Ontario Family Law Act protect people from debts incurred though crime during a divorce? Read on to find out.
You could save your rings for your children, transform them into other pieces of jewelry, or sell them. However, selling your wedding rings on divorce might be the smartest – and most practical – way to dispose of them.
It’s virtually impossible to get student loan debt discharged in a bankruptcy, so you’re stuck with it – which can exacerbate your other marital issues. In fact, more than a third of student loan borrowers claim that debt contributed to their divorce.
Following a divorce, parties must determine the division of both assets and debts – including any debt consolidation loans that may have been received during the marriage.
If you’re planning to divorce, you may want to hasten your proceedings to take advantage of pre-TCJA alimony tax treatment. Here’s why.
Protecting your legal rights during divorce means you need to be knowledgeable about how marital homes, businesses, and pension plans are handled during divorce.
Do you know your options for healthcare insurance should you divorce?