You are contemplating a divorce. There are many aspects to consider – support, property distribution, custody of the children and the list goes on. But what about your Will, Living Will and Power of Attorney? Many spouses leave most, if not all, of their property to their partner. Is this still your intention? Probably not…
I came across an article in Time, which highlighted five important tax points for individuals who are divorcing or have divorced. A quick summary: 1. One’s filing status ( i.e. married or single) is dictated by your marital status on December 31 regardless of the date you were divorced or married during the calendar year….
A post-nuptial agreement is signed after a couple marries. The agreement can address the same issues which a pre-nuptial agreement would. For example, alimony, property distribution and other financial considerations upon a divorce can be set forth in a post-nuptial agreement. Post-nuptial agreements are legally permissible in Connecticut. Courts have held that these agreements are…
What are some of the reasons to consider a prenuptial agreement in Connecticut? 1) The written prenuptial agreement sets forth the financial expectations of each spouse thereby reducing or eliminating one the biggest sources of stress in a marriage – issues relating to finances. 2) Your soon to be spouse has significant debt. The prenup…
I just recently read a very practical and useful article regarding finances and divorce. The article sets forth 10 steps to follow to get the most out of your financial settlement. In particular, I agree with the notion that pensions, 401(k)’s and IRA’s often need to be valued to determine whether it is better to…
I came across a good article in SmartMoney.com, which highlights three mistakes to avoid when divorcing over the age of 50. The theme that runs through the article is: “older” divorcing couples often have different issues to consider than a “younger” divorcing couple. This is due to their accumulation of assets, the children of the…
Page 26 of 28 1 24 25 26 27 28

© 2018 by Brian D. Kaschel Law Office. All rights
reserved. Disclaimer l Site Map l Privacy Policy l
Website by Six7 Marketing

logo-footer