Deciding who keeps the family home in a divorce is a complex and emotional decision that can have a significant impact on the children. Parents must consider the stability and emotional well-being of the children when making this decision.
A family law case involving intense emotions and intimate relationships can pose a number of challenges. If there is money involved, the situation may become even more complex. The relationship between financial concerns and family law cases is unfortunately often intertwined. Financial family law matters can be difficult to navigate without an experienced family lawyer […]
Many myths and false perceptions about the real estate market provide unreliable information and make transactions that much more difficult. To make informed decisions when transacting in the real estate market, note the following Common Myths About the Real Estate Market.
Aside from the emotional toll divorce can have on those going through it, there are also financial complications that arise from divorce. If you’ve just gone through a messy divorce and want to recover financially, read on to learn how.
Don’t assume you and your spouse will split the money in the divorce, and don’t assume the money will be used for your child’s benefit. Make a suggestion for how you’ll handle your college savings for your child.
After separation, most individuals are cautious in systematizing their finances. Unfortunately, they are not as thorough in managing an estate plan for when they die, which indicates that a former spouse can gain more than they would have received through family court merely because the other spouse passes.
When married couples separate or divorce, they divide their properties. In Ontario, the division of matrimonial property is based on equalization of net family property.
A family business may not only represent an extensive investment of both money and time, but it may also be the primary source of income for a couple, and multiple other family members may also be involved in the business.
Your financial future depends on good credit scores and clean credit reports with no derogatory items. In this article, I review the steps and offer some tips for handling your credit reports, joint credit cards, and other debts, so your credit will be protected before, during, and after divorce.
While often thought of as a negative signal to the other person and a risk factor for divorce, the advantage of a prenuptial agreement is that it can protect a couple with unequal assets or if one person feels insecure about finances.