Archive, April 2021.

Parents often worry about how a divorce will affect their children. If you are divorced or soon will be, the safety and well-being of your kids are likely your top priority. You may be especially concerned about how your relationship with your ex-spouse will affect your children. While some divorced and unmarried parents remain friends, others can hardly stand to be in the same room together. If your relationship with your ex is closer to the latter, consider the following tips for maintaining a peaceful and effective co-parenting relationship.

One of the most crucial aspects of a divorce case is the disclosure of financial information. Without a full and accurate accounting of a couple’s assets and liabilities, it is difficult to make fair decisions regarding property distribution, child support, and spousal maintenance.  If you are considering divorce and you or your spouse have a high net worth, the stakes are even higher. Identifying and evaluating the assets, income, and revenue are key to ensuring that the terms of your divorce are based on factual financial information.  
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