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How can I keep my business in a divorce?

Some couples stay together for the kids, thinking misguidedly that living with two unhappy parents is better than growing up with divorced parents. But other couples remain in loveless unions because they worry their co-owned business might take too big of a hit in a divorce and wind up failing.

Why you shouldn't automatically fight for the family home

People going through divorce often cling to whatever represents security for them. Often, that can be the family home. It's understandable, especially when there are children involved, to want to minimize the stress and changes for them. Retaining the family home in a divorce can provide a semblance of continuity that can provide the kids with peace of mind during the proceedings and beyond.

How much are your spouse's collectibles worth?

When divorces unfold, the spouses often get caught up in the emotional aspects of the split and fail to focus on the terms of the property settlement. This can be a major mistake because what you take away from the marriage is what will prepare you for the life ahead.

How to know when you need a Qualified Domestic Relations Order

Long-married couples with significant assets have more to lose in a divorce than those who were only married a short while and have few assets or resources. That's why it is imperative that both parties retain their own Seymour family law attorneys who can fight to make sure their clients receive all that they are legally entitled to have.

Protect access to retirement benefits in a 'gray' divorce

If you are a woman going through a later-in-life "gray divorce," you need to make some strategic decisions when it comes to your property settlement. This is vital to understand, as the divorce rates for those 50 and older continue to rise.

What are some simple tips for managing a high-asset divorce?

Those who are facing a high-asset divorce in Tennessee understand that no simple solution exists to overcome all of the challenges they may face during the process. Dividing assets when valuable assets are a factor can bring many troubling issues to the surface. For example, if one or both spouses feel that the property division is unfair, it can lead to an all-out war inside a courtroom.

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