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August 2017 Archives

Co-parenting doesn't end when your children become adults

When the children of divorced parents become adults, they no longer have to live with the custody and visitation schedules set up in the divorce agreement. They are generally free to choose with whom to spend time, for how long and how often. However, your job as co-parents continues. How you handle it now that your kids are grown could well impact just how much you see your kids and what kind of relationship you have with them.

Some important tips for minimizing conflict with your co-parent

When couples who are parents divorce, they never really completely end their relationship. They have to find a way to co-parent their children despite whatever residual issues they have from their marriage. Often the conflicts they had as partners morph into parenting conflicts.

Timing matters – why valuation dates are important

During a marriage that stretches over many years, it is easy to collect a significant amount of marital property. You may have your main residence in Rhode Island and vacation property in another part of the country. You most likely have one or more retirement accounts, an investment portfolio, and even a business you and your future ex-husband will have to divvy up.

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.

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