Divorce:  How to Divide Your Property (English Edition) por Dianne Ophelia

Divorce: How to Divide Your Property (English Edition) por Dianne Ophelia

Titulo del libro: Divorce: How to Divide Your Property (English Edition)

Autor: Dianne Ophelia

Número de páginas: 174 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: November 26, 2013

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Attorneys are busy and don’t have time to sit down with you and discuss all the big and small details which can have a substantial impact upon your ultimate divorce settlement.

Clients lose thousands of dollars because they forgot to tell their attorney something or their attorney forgot an important detail of their case, or worse yet, the attorney was just not prepared.

Don’t lose money because of stupid mistakes or oversights or by not knowing what you are entitled to in your divorce case.

You will be shocked when you discover how much you did not know and your attorney did not have the time to tell you.

I can’t give you all of the topics here, but just a sampling is:

Did you know that there are certain assets that the majority of attorneys either don’t know to look for or forget about?
These include items like accumulated annual leave, educational benefits, bonuses earned and unpaid, tax refunds and many more.

Did you know that whether you have possession of certain documents (and give them to your attorney) you will not be able to maximize your settlement?
Did you know that the tax impact of certain assets and the property division can save or cost you thousands?

Did you know that some assets and some debts are not joint property?

Did you know that not all property and debts have to be divided equally?

And, don’t forget all of the reimbursements:
-for contributing separate property to joint property
-or contributing joint property to separate property,
-for payments of certain debts
-for the other spouse using a joint asset after separation
-or as compensation for losses caused by the other spouse.

Just as with any job or business, the party with the most knowledge and information will be the most successful.

Don’t be the “out” spouse. be in control of your action.
This book is written with the understanding that most readers have no background in the law. It is easy to read and understand and I guarantee will help you maximize your settlement.

Visit my website, www.edivorceexpert.com where you will find information about all of my books and lots of free information and articles to help you through your divorce and/or custody action.