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Posts tagged "Property Division"

Understand what to consider for property division negotiations

Property division is a very serious matter that takes a lot of planning. This is especially true if you are going through a high-asset divorce. There are a lot of things that you have to think about when you are trying to work through what you want to walk away with.

Considerations during marital property division matters

If you and your spouse need to take your marital property division disagreements to court, you'll want to educate yourself on Rhode Island marital property law. Simply asking questions to your divorce lawyer may be enough to satisfy your "need to know" in this area of the law, but you may also want to review the following list of considerations.

Why should young couples get prenuptial agreements?

Prenuptial agreements are becoming more common among people of all ages and income levels. They're no longer the province of older, wealthy people or even young people with significant inheritances and trust funds. In fact, the increase in prenups among millennials is particularly significant.

Before you settle, you should know what is rightfully yours

When a marriage ends, the toughest part is separating the joint life that a couple had created together. The common life of a couple is a mix of family, love, time, energy and assets. Parting ways means walking away with what is rightfully yours and sharing what is not with your spouse.

Before you settle, you should know what is rightfully yours

When a marriage ends, the toughest part is separating the joint life that a couple had created together. The common life of a couple is a mix of family, love, time, energy and assets. Parting ways means walking away with what is rightfully yours and sharing what is not with your spouse.

Divorce 101: Saving the business

Things were great in the beginning. You and your wife met in college at the business school mixer your junior year. You each finished your accounting degrees, spent endless nights studying for the CPA exam while working ridiculous hours during tax season, and finally opened your own practice in Rhode Island.