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Monthly Archives: March 2020

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When Couples Legally Separate Before They Divorce

By Patrick L. Looper |

Lots of unhappily married people will tell you that they are married in name only.  They get so little financial help and so little emotional companionship from their spouses that it is just like being alone.  Meanwhile, their spouses are still connected to them in ways that make it impossible to feel a true… Read More »

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Is Stay-at-Home Parenting Worth More Than a Model A Ford?

By Patrick L. Looper |

Is a car as old as your grandparents a valuable antique, or is it just an old piece of junk?  The value of an item of property is sometimes up for debate; if anyone doubts this, consider that the television show The Price Is Right has been producing new episodes for decades.  Disputes over… Read More »

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Sole Proprietorships and Division of Property

By Patrick L. Looper |

A sole proprietorship is the smallest possible kind of business.  It has only one owner and, in many cases, it has no employees other than the owner.  Therefore, sole proprietorship is the business entity designation for the professional activities of self-employed people.  In divorce cases, courts take business ownership, including ownership of a share… Read More »

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