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Mistakes made when addressing property division can be costly

During the divorce process in New Hampshire, oversharing on social media remains a common mistake that can affect a person financially. However, several other mistakes can also have significant financial consequences for those going through divorce and dealing with issues such as property division. Here are a couple of them.

Divorce, property division fight may stem from relationship rules

A variety of unwritten relationship rules that have been honored for years are frequently still upheld today. The reality, though, is that many of these rules may not work in all situations. In fact, they can easily result in divorce and the conflict that often comes with dealing with divorce matters in New Hampshire like alimony and property division.

Property division, child custody can be challenging to navigate

Those confronting divorce proceedings may feel overwhelmed by the process. They will have to negotiate property division issues, including outstanding debts, and if they have minor children, they must also address child custody. Here are some tips for navigating these aspects of a divorce proceeding in New Hampshire.

Divorce, property division does not have to be overly difficult

People in New Hampshire generally do not expect to divorce years or even decades after getting married. However, researchers say that nearly half of married couples end up parting ways in the United States. Although the divorce process can no doubt be difficult to navigate -- especially when matters such as child custody and property division are concerned -- a couple of tips may help those going through it to do so as peacefully as possible.

Should you add a forensic accountant to your legal team?

As half of a high net worth New Hampshire couple, you may suspect that your spouse is attempting to hide assets from you so as to put himself or herself at an advantage when it comes time to craft the property settlement agreement during your upcoming divorce. Obviously whatever marital assets (s)he successfully hides cannot become part of the fair and equitable division of property required by New Hampshire law.

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