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October 2016 Archives

Divorcing? How to answer children's questions honestly

As you go through a divorce, you no doubt have many questions. Your children, too, are likely to be wondering many things. For example, they might want to know who they are going to live with or why the divorce is happening. Read the following tips for insight on how to handle these queries.

When artists divorce, artwork can be an asset

Some marriages aren't meant to last, and they end in divorce. Dividing your property can be one of the most difficult parts of your divorce, especially if you didn't intend for some items to become marital property. Things that you might want to divide include property like your house, bank account, cars, furniture and even artwork. What about artwork that is created by your spouse or yourself? Can you seek compensation for objects that could produce future revenue?

Multimillionaire couple still in divorce battle after 7 years

Homes, jets, yachts and jewelry are among the assets being fought over by the founder of Cancer Treatment Centers of America Richard Stephenson and his former wife Alicia. The global headquarters for CTCA is located in Boca Raton, and Mrs. Stephenson is reportedly considering purchasing a home in our state. However, the rancorous divorce proceedings are taking place not far from Mr. Stephenson's estate outside of Chicago.

Don't underestimate the impact of divorce on your college kids

Over the next couple of months, college students throughout the country will be making their first visits home for the holidays since going off to school. Some will be facing a new family dynamic of separated or divorced parents.

You can take steps to access or protect an inheritance

When you get a divorce, one of the things to consider before signing any final settlements is the right to inheritance. Sometimes, there are questions about if you have the right to a part of an inheritance that your spouse received during your marriage, and it's worth looking into, especially if it's a large amount of money or property.

5 kinds of alimony in Florida

Finances are often one of the top things people may think or worry about during a divorce. If you earned a lower wage than your spouse, or were not working during the marriage, you may be eligible to receive alimony, also known as spousal support.

Why are Valentine's Day weddings more likely to end in divorce?

If you're in the midst of planning a Valentine's Day wedding, or know someone who is, you may find a recent study about the fate of couples who marry on so-called "gimmick" dates interesting. This includes not only holidays, but special-number dates that many people considered to be good luck.

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