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Dividing Debts in a California Divorce

Many divorces are caused, at least in part, by money troubles. While there is often substantial attention given to dividing assets like bank accounts and property, many couples also have to determine how debts will be divided. Usually, if the … Continue reading

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Dividing Assets: Who Gets the Marital Home?

When it comes to dividing up property during divorce proceedings, Illinois is an equitable distribution state, meaning that marital assets are split as equitably (fairly) as possible. Thus, when large or expensive assets need to be divided, it can require … Continue reading

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Dividing a Pension in California that is Part Community Property and Part Separate Property

For many divorcing couples, one of the larger and more important assets is often retirement benefits. To the extent the pension or other retirement asset was earned during the marriage it is community property and subject to division in the … Continue reading

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DIVORCE IN DENVER: DIVIDING RETIREMENT PLANS

The law firm of Plog & Stein, P.C. practices solely family law in the Denver, Colorado area. As a divorce attorney in Denver, I handle all aspects of such cases, including the division of marital property. Though some have been … Continue reading

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Dividing Retirement Savings Accounts Incident to Divorce

Generally, withdrawing money from an IRA or similar retirement account prematurely is costly, in taxes and penalties. But this is exactly what must often happen in a divorce. Giving rise to special exceptions rendering retirement account transfers incident to a … Continue reading

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