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Can a Spouse Stay in a House During a Divorce Even Though They Are Not on the Deed?

by: Teo Spengler

A man's home may be his castle, but both spouses have the right to occupy a marital home unless and until ordered to leave by a divorce court. The house you and your spouse occupy during your marriage constitutes the marital home no matter whose ...
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How Is a 401(k) Split in a Divorce?

by Beverly Bird

The Average Cost of an Uncontested Divorce

by Beverly Bird

How to Buy a House While Getting Divorced

by A.M. Hill

How to Split Expenses for Kids in a Divorce

by: Angie Gambone

Both parents are obligated to provide financial support to their children during and following a divorce. Child support is usually provided to the custodial parent by the noncustodial parent.
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What Happens in an Equity Buyout in a Divorce?

Particularly after a lengthy marriage, it's likely that spouses have built up some equity in their assets. With every mortgage or loan payment, they ...

What Happens to Assets in a Divorce in Wisconsin?

by: Bernadette A. Safrath

When a couple divorces, their marital assets must be divided between them. Wisconsin is one of nine community property states, including Arizona and California. Under Wisconsin law, this means that generally spouses will be entitled to receive half ...
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How to Prepare a Financial Affidavit for Child Support

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Who Stays in the House During a Divorce?

by Mike Broemmel

Can My Husband Sell Our House if We Are Not Legally Separated and My Name Is Not on the House Deed?

by Marilyn Lindblad

Financial Gifts in a Divorce

by: Elizabeth Rayne

In many cases, if you personally receive money as a gift, it will not be affected by a divorce. Generally, gifts made to one spouse are considered "separate property," meaning it belongs solely to the spouse who received it, even if received during ...
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What Do I Need to File for Divorce With No Kids & No Assets?

Some jurisdictions offer a simplified divorce process for couples who have no kids and no assets. Often, this process will allow the couple to use ...

The Average Cost of Divorce in Missouri

by: Beverly Bird

Divorces don't just happen to people who can afford them. Attorneys' fees and court costs in Missouri are on par with other jurisdictions, so a divorce in the state can cost you a lot.
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How to Fill Out the Financial Form for a Divorce

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Can Two People Who Are Married at Common Law File Taxes Jointly?

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Can a Spouse Stay in a House During a Divorce Even Though They Are Not on the Deed?

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