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Make a plan for the end of your marriage

In our previous blog post, we discussed how important it is to protect your business in case you go through a divorce. This is only one consideration that you have to think about, especially if you have higher assets. We know that you don't want to go into a marriage thinking about the possibility of it ending, but having a little discomfort now can save you from a lot of trouble down the road.

Don't lose sight of your business when you get married

There are a lot of different things to think about if you have a family business. While you might not realize it now, you have to take steps to protect your business and hard work if you are thinking about getting married. It is understandable that you want to make sure that your future spouse remains happy with you, but you can't put your hard work in jeopardy.

Questions to ask your divorce lawyer at the first meeting

Divorce is never easy. It is always full of complications, especially when it comes to dividing assets and dealing with custody issues. Now that you and your husband have decided to divorce, these are just a couple of the things you will have to think about with regard to a settlement.

Special considerations for special needs children in divorce

When you have a special needs child, there are concerns that come into the picture if you and the child's other parent get a divorce. This can make it more difficult to work out the terms of the child custody agreement, but it is crucial that you carefully consider each point.

Child support orders must be followed precisely

Child support laws are set up to ensure that parents take financial responsibility for their children. Many parents don't have any issue with this. There are some cases, such as the one that we discussed last week, that are so contentious that even the issue of child support becomes a battleground issue. We are here to help you learn about what options you have for child support.

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