Cheating requires a lot of personal investment. If someone wants to conduct an extramarital affair, they will need to woo someone else and hide their actions from their spouse. Those in high-asset marriages often have the necessary time and resources to commit...
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Who gets the family pet in a Georgia divorce?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Dec 22, 2020 | Property Division
In many households, pets become family members. Yours is likely no exception, and it may include a dog, cat or other animal that you, your spouse and your children have developed strong bonds with. Yet, you and your spouse might have decided to get divorced. If you...
The different methods of business valuation
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Oct 12, 2020 | Property Division
At the end of a long-term marriage, couples will likely have to work through the division of numerous complex assets and debts. From homes and vehicles to retirement plans and bank accounts, it is not uncommon for couples to amass several assets and liabilities. One...
What will happen if your spouse dissipates marital assets?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Sep 17, 2020 | Property Division
If you and your spouse are divorcing on bad terms, you will likely worry they will make your life difficult during proceedings. You two may have significant marital property, and while you will leave it alone, they might have plans to dissipate it. Whether or not your...
Getting a divorce? Don’t get saddled with your spouse’s debt.
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Apr 23, 2020 | Divorce, Property Division
From the stress of weathering unemployment to disagreements about how money is to be spent, financial stress is one of the most common reasons for divorce. That stress may not end with your marriage, though. If your spouse has been racking up debts, you may end up...
Hiding assets may have serious consequences
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Jan 14, 2020 | Property Division
Divorce can be hard on anyone. After all, if you have decided to end your marriage, you are apt to face a variety of emotions. You also may have uncertainty about your financial future. Fortunately, if you and your spouse have marital property, you are likely to have...
4 reasons to hire a certified divorce financial analyst
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Mar 27, 2019 | Property Division
Marriage is often an effective way to achieve financial freedom. If you are going through a divorce, you may worry about providing for your basic needs. You may also fear losing things for which you worked hard. Either way, you want to divide your marital assets in a...
Equitable distribution does not guarantee 50/50 split
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Feb 28, 2019 | Property Division
Divorce can cause tempers to flare and anxiety to set in. After years of working and saving for retirement, you worry that the split will leave you with little foundation. Georgia is an equitable distribution divorce state, but it does not guarantee that everything...
How to discover hidden assets in a divorce
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Dec 22, 2018 | Property Division
Georgia is one of the most expensive states to divorce in. In one recent study, Georgia ranked eighth in terms of the most expensive places to divorce.While it can cost a lot of money to divorce, you hope you will end up with a fair settlement, especially if...
Uncovering hidden marital assets in a high-net-worth divorce
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Oct 2, 2018 | Property Division
Couples with a high net worth face specific challenges when they go through a divorce. A significant asset portfolio means that oftentimes, assets become the central focus of the divorce proceedings or settlement, which can become heated and acrimonious.One challenge...
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