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What does business valuation mean for your divorce?

Divorce will bring significant financial changes to people, particularly those who own small businesses. Any type of business could be a marital asset, which means that couples must address it in the divorce settlement. There are various ways to deal with a business during divorce, but an important aspect of this is an accurate business valuation.

How do we split up the Florida timeshare when we divorce?

States like Hawaii, Nevada, Florida and California are where the largest majority of the country's timeshares are located. If you've decided to walk away from your marriage, then you may be wondering what to do with your timeshare when it comes time to divide up the marital property among yourselves.

A new Florida alimony law is approaching quickly

Time is running out for couples looking to finalize their divorces before new alimony law goes into effect on January 1, 2019. Once it does, the paying spouse will no longer be able to use the amount that they pay as a deduction on their taxes. The recipient ex-husband or wife will no longer have to pay taxes on payments received anymore either.

Could a partner's depression lead to a divorce?

Many Americans suffer from clinical depression. This is more than mere malaise or a vague sense that they should be happier than they actually are. Clinical depression can manifest in many ways, and if you are the one living with a depressed spouse, you may have considered divorce as an option.

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