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Finding hidden assets during your divorce

When a marriage ends, it is normal for both parties to have serious concerns regarding their individual financial futures. In some cases, this leads one of the parties to attempt to hide assets in order to keep the other from receiving his or her fair share of marital property. This is a frustrating situation, possibly lengthening and complicating the divorce process.

LIfe happens, and custody orders aren't necessarily set in stone

Changes in life are sometimes inevitable and can come in various forms, minor and major alike. Some individuals may have less demanding circumstances and thus find it easier to adjust to change, while for others, the process could be significantly more involved. Perhaps you have children with a former spouse and worry that your custody agreement might hinder your ability to accommodate change.

The unique challenges of a military divorce

Military service members and their families face a host of challenges when it comes to family law issues. Due to the unique nature of this type of job, divorce, child custody and even dividing retirement savings can be a complex and often overwhelming process. There are many unique factors that come into play during a military divorce, but you do not have to face these matters alone.

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