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  • 4 Things to Do Before Getting a Divorce

    If you are in a dysfunctional relationship, you may be contemplating divorce. Divorce proceedings can be financially and emotionally draining. In this article, you will learn a few things that you should do when planning a divorce. Consider saving the relationship.  Talk with your partner about the state of the relationship. Remember that divorce will affect the both of you and significantly impact your children's lives. As such, you can opt to visit a relationship counsellor to help you work on the relationship.
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  • How to Ensure You Set up Your Will Properly

    Do you, like most people, tend to think that you're indestructible? If so, this is probably why you haven't bothered to make your own will. Yet one of these days you're just not going to be around any more and if you haven't taken the time to do this, you're going to leave even more upset behind for your unfortunate family. They have enough to deal with in mourning your loss and you want to make sure that your assets go to the appropriate people.
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  • Commonly overlooked child support expenses

    Underestimating or undervaluing all expenses related to raising kids when documenting costs to help work out child support is a common occurrence. As the custodial parent, you shouldn't overlook the specifics of your kid's real financial requirements. This article helps highlight often missed expenses that should be part of the final monthly or yearly child support amount. Sports activities One of the common missed expense associated with child support involves a child taking part in their favourite hobby or sports activity.
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  • What is alimony pending litigation?

    Divorce is often a difficult time for the parties involved. Besides the emotional toll of separating with somebody and the potential harm the separation could inflict to your kids, financial considerations can turn out to be huge stressors during the divorce. This is especially true when one partner has greater financial muscle than the other. If this is the case, what can you do to safeguard your rights in spite of the inequality in financial means?
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  • Divorce The Australian Way: 3 FAQs

    Unfortunately, not all couples get to have a "happily ever after" kind of marriage. As painful as it may be, divorce is a harsh reality for a large number of Australian couples. It is only logical that a spouse looking to file for a divorce will have a number of questions in relation to what is required of them as they plan to go separate ways with their (former) loved one.
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