Category Archives: Family Business
What Does Filing for a Motion for Default Mean
A motion for default in a divorce case allows the person who filed the petition to ask the court to grant them petition when the other spouse failed to file an answer in court. Typically, in a divorce, the respondent answers the divorce petition by confirming or disputing the facts and terms set out…. Read More »
Can Good Money Habits Turn a Marriage Around?
Bypassing a potential divorce could be directly related to how you and your spouse choose to tackle your finances. Statistics show that typically January can be a brutal month for divorces, with rates tripling during the first month of the year, once the holiday rush has settled and real life resumes. In many cases,… Read More »
In a Divorce, the Family Business Needs Special Handling
Some of the eventualities of divorce are well-known: The family will be splitting, marital property will be divided, child custody and parental visitation plans will be outlined, etc. One of the things many people don’t fully understand about divorce, though, is what happens with a family business. This is a major issue, as the… Read More »