Utilizing Section 1041 of the Internal Revenue Code, divorcing spouses can achieve tax-free property settlements. Read on to learn more.
Archives for July 2016
You’re meditating. You’re exercising. You’ve got a coach. Still, there’s a knot in your belly most of the time. What’s bringing you down? Most likely, it’s your own brain working against you. Here’s the thing: Your brain can’t discern good news from bad. It takes it all in, chaff and grain together, and whatever you […]
Just because your relationship with your in-laws after divorce might be undoubtedly complicated, it doesn’t mean you have to end it. Read our 5 tips today.
After a divorce, you can’t predict the emotions you’ll be dealing with when grieving an ex-spouse’s death, but the path to healing can be found.
People work hard in this country to acquire and maintain their family home. In most families, the family residence is the most significant asset, both from a financial standpoint and from an emotional standpoint. In addition, the mortgage obligation that is tied to the family home is almost always the most significant debt of the […]
There are steps you can take if you can’t afford child or spousal support payments. To know what they are, read more to find out.
Common-Law Marriage in Ohio
Divorce can feel devastating or liberating for women, but it’s never easy. You put your heart and soul into the relationship. You hoped you would be happy, and get old together, but now you are alone. You may be questioning yourself and feel depleted. Although difficult, moving on can be rejuvenating and empowering if you […]
“Happy marriages begin when we marry the ones we love, and they blossom when we love the ones we marry.” – Tom Mullen My favorite metaphor for what it’s like when two people get married is “two ticks and no dog”. In his book, The Marriage Builder, Dr. Larry Crabb introduced the concept of the “tick-on-a-dog” relationship. […]
Innovation is a key to evolution. So as long as people continue innovating and thinking of old paradigms in new ways, society cannot help but evolve – and this is certainly true when it comes to the family dynamic. We have seen a seismic shift in the ways families are constituted in the last 20 […]