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Protecting your business: What can you do?

As a small business owner, a divorce is probably one of the last things you wanted to have to deal with. You want to protect your business in divorce, but you know that having the business during your marriage means that your spouse is likely able to seek a portion of your business even if they weren't involved.

Consistency is 1 goal of parenting plans in child custody cases

Child custody cases are often challenging to work through. Since you and your ex aren't getting along very well due to the divorce, it might be hard to come up with resolutions the matters in the custody case. As you are working through this, you must remember to keep your children's interests first.

Keep your private life out of the public's eye during a divorce

Nobody wants to air all their dirty laundry in public -- and that's especially true when you have significant wealth to your name and belong to an elite social circle. Yet, keeping your private life actually private may not be the first thing on your mind when you're going through a divorce.

3 tips for protecting business assets in a divorce

Building a business and maintaining a marriage are actually similar in many ways; both require the investment of time and effort, but both are vulnerable to changing circumstances and misfortune. If you have established a successful enterprise during your marriage, you may be worried that a divorce could end your business, too. While divorce does impact finances, you can manage this by protecting assets. 

Finding assets is a vital part of the divorce process

There are some marital assets that are easier to forget about than others. For instance, you might not think much about digital assets that you don't access regularly, like stocks you manage online or even savings accounts you don't regularly access.

Financial support from your ex might be possible during divorce

When you've stayed at home to raise your family and keep the house running smoothly, you don't expect that you are going to have to head back into the workforce to support yourself. If you go through a divorce, this might be one of the difficult things that you have to do.

Co-parenting during the school year: 5 tips to follow

With the school year in full swing, there could come a point when the co-parenting decisions you make significantly impact your child in some way. With the right plan in place, both you and the other parent can work together to ensure that your child has the best chance of achieving success in the classroom.

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