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October 2012 Archives

Jessica Simpson's parents to divorce in Texas after 34 years

When a marriage ends after more than three decades together there can be a number of issues involved that require sound legal and financial advice. Over such a long period couples tend to accumulate the majority of their wealth while together, including retirement savings, investments even life insurance policies. After almost 35 years together a couple's financing can become so comingled it can be difficult to know where to begin with the division of property once a couple chooses to divorce.

Non-traditional prenups can feature unique clauses

When it comes to love, marriage, and family nowadays, there are as many takes on tradition as there are types of family units. Weddings in particular have become representative of the different ways in which Americans are combining elements of yesteryear with various takes on today.

Matchmaker's efforts show how collaborative divorces can work

According to the inventor of an innovative Texas matchmaking service, divorced couples can, and should, utilize outside help in crafting unique family solutions. Love Locally is a service aimed at pairing divorced men and women with love interests within their court-imposed geographical restrictions.

Texas oil tycoon's divorce begs question of property division

Texas oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens will soon go through the divorce process once more, as he prepares to split from his fourth wife. While a spokesman for the accomplished businessman and philanthropist called the separation "amicable," the entrepreneur and his attorneys will still have to work towards an equitable division of any shared assets.

Hearing scheduled for former team owner's high asset divorce

High asset divorces can involve some staggering figures, but for the former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, these numbers can run into the billions. His ex-wife filed a motion Sept. 24 in a Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming her husband undervalued his extensive assets.

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