Brown Law Office
November 8, 2017

4 Divorce Challenges that Are Unique to High Net Worth Couples

The saying “choose your battles” might apply to any divorce proceeding, but it’s especially pertinent to those involving high net worth. Wealthy couples may need to manage more material assets and property, and divorce often becomes a matter of preserving reputation. Whether you own a profitable business that must be split or oversee sprawling real estate holdings, here are four potential obstacles in your way—and what to do about them:

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Brown Law Office
November 1, 2017

3 Fascinating Podcasts About Divorce

A divorce can be draining emotionally. It’s difficult to keep track of all the steps involved; to fight through the obstacles that appear often out of nowhere; and to balance life, work, your finances, your children, your mental health and your dreams and goals. Listening to smart podcasts can help. Not all divorce-related podcasts are created equal, however. We’ve rounded up three favorites. Plug in your headphones and stream these:

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Brown Law Office
October 25, 2017

Protecting Your Privacy During Divorce: Dos and Don’ts

After filing for divorce, you might find that news travels quickly through your community. In an ideal world, your friends, family and colleagues would respect your space and avoid pressing you uncomfortably about what happened or gossiping about the separation. Alas, we do not live in an ideal world. It’s helpful psychologically to prepare to encounter invasive, even offensive questioning.  

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Brown Law Office
October 10, 2017

The Love Triangle Divorce: Common Issues and How to Handle Them

Divorce challenges people emotionally, financially, spiritually and logistically. Separating from someone you once loved (and possibly still do) is never simple. However, some situations are irreducibly more complex than others. An amicable split between two consenting partners, for instance, will generally be easier to negotiate than a divorce involving allegations of infidelity; or a situation in which there’s such fundamental mistrust that alternative dispute resolution solutions — such as mediation or collaborative — are not even on the table.

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Brown Law Office
September 25, 2017

Starting a Podcast About Your Divorce: Dos and Don’t

Today’s technology driven world makes it easier than ever to reach out—and simultaneously can easily make you feel lost, alone and rudderless. How can you use social media constructively during a separation—to vent your feelings without jeopardizing your case; educate others who are in pain; and maybe even add an extra income stream?  

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Brown Law Office
September 17, 2017

Life After Divorce: Who Pays for College?

Since the dawn of time (okay, not that long) parents have stressed about how to cover the costs of higher education for their children. This issue becomes even more salient in light of a divorce. Single or married parents may choose to fund a child’s college education, but divorced parents’ actions are often constrained by the conditions of a divorce decree. For divorced parents, the question becomes more than just how, but who?

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Brown Law Office
August 31, 2017

Pet Custody: Who gets the dog?

Earlier this year, a new law went into effect in Alaska requiring courts to take an animal's well-being into consideration in the event of a divorce. It also allows judges to assign joint custody of pets. A Rhode Island lawmaker introduced a similar bill in late February.

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