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Month: September 2015

Financial planning and divorce

Many Virginia couples see their marriages come to an end for a variety of reasons. Some people who divorce make the mistake of not planning for their finances after the process has ended. Doing so while the divorce is still pending can help avoid some major pitfalls...

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Retaining assets with Chapter 13

Virginia residents may benefit from learning more about which properties are exempt under Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This type of bankruptcy involves reorganizing the debtor's assets and setting up a repayment plan to reimburse creditors. In contrast, Chapter 7 turns...

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Creating a prenup in Virginia

Regardless of a person's age or financial status, it is reasonable to create a prenuptial agreement. Even if a couple decides not to create one, it may be best for them to sit down prior to the wedding and discuss their current financial situation and their future...

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