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October 2011 Archives

Divorce advisors say keeping a marital home may not be worth it

The marital property was once a prized possession in divorce settlements. An ex-spouse and children, who had endured the upheaval of a marriage, could be housed in an emotionally familiar place and remain in a stable environment.

Death of former spouse can affect decreed retirement benefits

Provisions within a divorce settlement divide marital assets, but some of those assets are not immediately realized at the time of divorce. Certain asset divisions take place over time. Retirement benefits from a former spouse, like pension and 401(k) plans, may not be realized for years.

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