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Most divorce hassles over finances call for careful planning

One of the most contentious issues during a marriage involves finances. Unfortunately, the process of getting a divorce also often involves disputes about money, usually over how to divide marital assets. Kentucky residents who are preparing to file for a divorce typically benefit from carefully reviewing their financial situations first.

Divorce can take a toll on finances for both parties

It is often thought that a man will absorb most of the cost when a marriage ends. However, either party can sustain significant monetary damages if the spouses choose to make the divorce process more acrimonious. Kentucky residents who are preparing to file for a divorce may benefit from seeking experienced advice in order to preserve one's financial security.

There are critical choices when facing a high asset divorce

In the past, studies indicated that women fared worse financially after a divorce. The phenomenon was dubbed the 'divorce gap' and perpetuated the myth that a woman was less likely to recoup financially after a marriage ended. Kentucky residents -- whether male or female -- who are facing a high asset divorce have several difficult decisions to make when working on a settlement agreement.

It is vital to know the truths from the myths in military divorce

Regardless of whether one is part of the military life through service or marriage, a dissolution is a confusing and emotional undertaking that requires accurate information. Those who are seeking a military divorce may struggle to understand the process -- including what is truth and what is false information. Kentucky residents who are preparing for this type of dissolution may be best served by seeking accurate information from experienced professionals.

NFL player seeking to establish joint child custody and support

In many situations, when an unmarried father is faced with the responsibility of providing for an unexpected child, he may be reluctant to seek parenting rights. Though a father may no longer be in a relationship with the child's mother, he is still entitled to seek child custody or visitation rights. Those who reside in Kentucky do have access to professionals who can help them resolve these matters in the manner that will best meet the needs of their children.

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