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A Comprehensive Guide For When to Hire a Tax Attorney…

A Comprehensive Guide For When to Hire a Tax Attorney…

Filing state and federal taxes can be a daunting task, especially when faced with complex tax issues. That's where a tax attorney comes in. Regardless of your income, deductions, or occupation, working with a tax attorney can offer valuable assistance in navigating...

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10 Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid…

10 Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid…

Estate planning is complicated, but a well-thought-out plan can give your loved ones peace of mind and provide for them, long after you are gone. The best way to avoid estate planning mistakes is by enlisting the help of an attorney. It’s easy to forget a detail that...

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A Comprehensive Guide For Dividing Assets in Divorce…

A Comprehensive Guide For Dividing Assets in Divorce…

Divorce is a challenging and emotionally charged process. One of the most significant aspects of a divorce is dividing the assets acquired during the marriage. This process can be complex and contentious, but with proper understanding and guidance, it is possible to...

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The Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid…

The Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid…

You don't want to go through all the time it takes to create a plan to protect your loved ones, just to have it riddled with errors that end up causing them stress and headaches in the end. Whether you’re creating your first plan ever, or updating an existing one, get...

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10 Advantages of Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney…

10 Advantages of Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney…

Filing for bankruptcy can be a daunting process, but it doesn't have to be. With the help of a skilled bankruptcy attorney, you can navigate the complexities of bankruptcy law and find relief from overwhelming debt. In this article, we will explore the numerous...

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You Should Update Your Will In These 9 Situations…

You Should Update Your Will In These 9 Situations…

It's recommended you update your will every three to five years or each time you have a major life event. These life events include a marriage, divorce, death, birth of a child, etc. If you're in the "have it done but need to update it" camp, this article is for you!...

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Some Reasons Why You May Rather Mediate Your Divorce…

Some Reasons Why You May Rather Mediate Your Divorce…

Divorce mediation is a process that allows divorcing couples to meet with a specially-trained, neutral third-party to discuss and resolve common divorce-related issues. Mediation is typically less stressful and less expensive than a divorce trial, and it usually...

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The Best Ways To Modify A Child Parenting Plan…

The Best Ways To Modify A Child Parenting Plan…

Most modern family law courtrooms prefer joint physical custody when possible. The courts prefer to see children spend significant time with each parent, allowing them to maintain positive relationships after divorce or separation. A child visitation schedule called a...

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How Courts Make Decisions On Child Custody…

How Courts Make Decisions On Child Custody…

Determining child custody is rarely a simple process. It can take several forms and be called different things depending on the state where you live. Custody can be legal or physical, or it might be called parenting time, guardianship, or the allocation of parental...

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Who Gets To Keep The House When The Divorce Is Finalized?

Who Gets To Keep The House When The Divorce Is Finalized?

One of the most frequently asked questions during the discussion of property division is “who gets to keep the house?” A home is one of the most expensive assets that couples purchase together and when they separate, it is one they both want to keep. So how do courts...

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How To Approach Asking For a Prenuptial Agreement…

How To Approach Asking For a Prenuptial Agreement…

If you are planning on getting married a prenuptial agreement may be something you want, but afraid to ask for. A prenuptial agreement is something that some people are hesitant to ask for in fear that it will create a lack of trust. You enter a marriage in hopes of...

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What To Avoid During Your High Asset Divorce…

What To Avoid During Your High Asset Divorce…

Divorce isn’t easy, but high-asset divorces can get very complicated. Dividing the assets is one of the most difficult stages of divorce, followed by custody. Locating all the assets and determining their worth, while remaining cordial can be very hard, depending on...

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Will I Have To Sell My Home If I Divorce In Kentucky?…

Will I Have To Sell My Home If I Divorce In Kentucky?…

Kentucky is an equitable distribution state which can make dividing assets appear unfair during a divorce. Most clients are under the assumption that all assets are divided in half. What is Each Spouses Contribution? Under KRS 403.190, the judge will look at each...

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6 Questions and Answers About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy…

6 Questions and Answers About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy…

Across the country, people are struggling to make ends meet and many Americans are overwhelmed with debt that will soon make or break them. Where Did The Debt Come From? Debt comes from loans and credit cards, whose terms we agree to. However, it also can come from...

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6 Tips That Will Help Get Your Estate Plan In Order…

6 Tips That Will Help Get Your Estate Plan In Order…

Estate planning is important for everyone, no matter their age or wealth. Estate planning avoids taxes and legal tie-ups and ensures funds are bequeathed as you wish. An estate plan appoints the right people to take care of your kids and even you if you're...

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7 Things An Adoption Attorney Wants You To Know…

7 Things An Adoption Attorney Wants You To Know…

You need an experienced adoption attorney to answer all your question throughout the process. Laws vary from state to state so it is import your attorney is admitted to the bar in the state of your adoption procedure. You need lots of answers and it is not always a...

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