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  • My Spouse Was In It For The Money! I Want It Back!
    My Spouse Was In It For The Money! I Want It Back!

    Realizing that your spouse was in the marriage for their own financial benefit, and not for love is hurtful. Often, the first instinct would be to ask for everything you have provided for his or her ...

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  • My Divorce Is Easy, It is Uncontested!
    My Divorce Is Easy, It is Uncontested!

    Many people believe that an uncontested divorce equals an easy divorce. The easiest divorces are those where there are no assets and no children. Barring unforeseen issues, these divorces can be as ...

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  • Why Do I Need A Lawyer Anyway?
    Why Do I Need A Lawyer Anyway?

    Many people who desire a divorce also want to choose the least expensive route. The reasons are many. One might be that the party doing the searching is short on funds. Another might be that the ...

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  • Quarantining With Your Soon-To-Be Ex-Spouse
    Quarantining With Your Soon-To-Be Ex-Spouse

    As I write this blog post, is 9:00 p.m., and the power has just gone off at my house. There is no wind, no heatwave, and things just got a bit tougher as we entertain ourselves and our daughter during ...

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  • Take the house. I just want my pension/retirement account.
    Take the house. I just want my pension/retirement account.

    Most people are concerned about the prospect of sharing their pension with their soon-to-be ex -spouse. In fact, they are so concerned that they literally come into my office with the goal of having ...

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  • Relying upon innocent spouse protection against the tax man’s grasp, well maybe so, maybe no!
    Relying upon innocent spouse protection against the tax man’s grasp, well maybe so, maybe no!

    Does your spouse have unreported cash income? Have you wondered how your spouse reports $20,000 or $30,000 in annual income when you and your spouse live a lifestyle requiring at least $100,000 per ...

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