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How to Address Hidden Assets in Divorce

Divorce causes people to do many things they otherwise would not, and one of those is hiding assets. Spouses do this to protect the assets from being divided during property division hearings, and so they can leave the divorce with that property intact. Hiding assets during the divorce process is against the law, as both spouses are expected to provide…

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What Stay-at-Home Moms Facing Divorce Need to Know

Divorce is very difficult for anyone going through it, but stay-at-home moms often have additional concerns. Stay-at-home moms dedicate their lives to raising their children and taking care of the household. This takes time away from them being in the workforce, and could make it difficult for them to return. You may think you are at a disadvantage as a…

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When to Tell Children You Have Decided to Divorce

Telling your children you have decided to get a divorce is one of the most difficult things you will ever have to do. It is natural to struggle with knowing what to say, and when to tell your kids. Generally speaking, it is best to tell them as soon as possible. Children are intuitive, and if something is wrong in…

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Can Children Decide Where to Live in Michigan Custody Proceedings?

If you are going through a child custody battle, it is likely the hardest thing you have ever experienced. For the children caught in the crossfire, it is even more difficult. They are already dealing with the fact that their parents will no longer be together, and the thought of a child custody fight can make it even harder.  In…

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Importance of a Prenup for High Net Worth Divorce

Prenuptial agreements are appropriate for any couple about to get married, but they are of particular importance for couples with a high net worth. Divorces that involve high net worths or a great amount of assets are incredibly complex. First separate property and marital property must be defined, and then it must be divided. All of this is extremely complex,…

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What to Expect in a Divorce Pretrial Hearing

Once the divorce process has started, the two sides can resolve their legal issues in a number of ways. They can reach an agreement on their own, undergo mediation and negotiations to reach a settlement agreement, or go to trial during which a judge will resolve all legal disputes. Before going to trial, you will have to attend a pretrial…

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