To Be or Not To Be (Divorced)

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Every once in a while, someone decides to file for divorce after a long separation and discovers a big surprise. Shannon Cavers, who writes the always-interesting Houston Divorce & Family Law Blog, had a post about the situation last Spring. In her post, Shannon mentioned a couple who had been separated for 22 years. During that time, the wife bought …

Retirement Planning During a Divorce

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Most people seem to think that divorce is just about dividing up property and debts and dealing with the parent-child issues. That very broadly describes the process, but it really only touches the surface. One of the issues everyone should seriously consider is retirement, and they should go deeper that just splitting everything equally. To get people thinking about approaches …

What Once Was Ethan Allen Is Now Just Sticks N Stuff

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James J. Gross, in the Maryland Legal Crier blog, has another of his fine, common-sense posts about a topic most attorneys discuss often with their clients. While some items of personal property are worth fighting over, most things are not worth as much as the attorneys’ fees incurred in the fight. I recommend that you read his following post and …

The Increasing Popularity of Post Nuptial Agreements

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There has recently been much discussion about post nuptial agreements in three excellent blogs (Sam Hassler’s Indiana Divorce & Family Law Blog, the New Jersey Divorce and Family Law blog by Victor Medina and New York Divorce Report by Daniel Clements), as well as The New York Times. The posts and newspaper article all mention how popular and more common …