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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Mine, Yours, or Ours: Is my Spouse Entitled to Half my Business?

    It is never easy to divorce. If the couple or one spouse has their own small business, it can make matters even harder. Determining ownership after divorce can be complicated. It is possible you have experienced all the emotions and events associated with starting and having a small business, whether you started your business before you got married or at some time during your marriage. ...
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  • When Is Collaborative Divorce the Best Choice?

    When divorce happens, it can a take a toll on your life both emotionally and financially. Some divorces end on bad terms, while others end more positively and constructively for both parties. Collaborative divorce is one that involves working together with a team of professionals as well as your spouse to decide on terms that both of you can agree on. While this is sometimes not possible for those ...
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  • 3 Ways a Prenup Can Divorce-Proof Your Business

    When starting a business, owners rarely think of marriage, let alone divorce. However, as life occurs, a person may go through an expected divorce and be left with uncertainty as to whether their soon-to-be-ex-spouse is entitled to part of their business. Many people nowadays go for prenups before saying “I do.” A prenuptial agreement is made between two parties prior to their marriage to one ...
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  • How to Protect Your Business During a Divorce

    Starting a business is an exciting new adventure for most young entrepreneurs. It’s a great way to grow your independence and achieve financial stability. Marriage is something that most people experience in their lives, although unfortunately, divorce is sometimes the result of that marriage. Going through a divorce can be challenging in many aspects of life; personal, family, emotional, and ...
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