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Synonyms for divorce

Synonyms for divorce

to become or cause to become apart one from another

Synonyms for divorce

the legal dissolution of a marriage

get a divorce

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CPAs assisting clients analyze divorcing individuals' historical spending patterns and use the information to project postseparation and postdivorce expenses.
The likelihood of divorcing does not end after 25 years of marriage.
If the divorcing couple cannot avoid involving a third-party, they should try to structure the transaction to avoid section 1041 treatment.
Anyone divorcing can use the non confrontational techniques Mr.
When a closely held corporation is a significant part of a couple's assets, typically the divorcing spouses agree the business should be 100% owned by the spouse who is active in running the business.
The transaction proposed involved a divorcing couple and the required payments defined in their settlement agreement.
Under California law, a divorcing couple generally equally splits property acquired during the marriage.
CHICAGO, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Lawyers should clearly and frankly educate divorcing clients about the emotional and financial consequences of breaking up a family and explain their billing policies in simple terms, said the nation's top matrimonial divorce lawyers in a poll released today by the American Bar Association Section of Family Law.
This article will discuss what constitutes alimony, child support and property settlements; explore the income tax ramifications; and examine the tax planning options available to a divorcing couple.
They object to the characterization of divorcing parents as people seeking their own personal gratification at the expense of their children.
And she doesn't think it's a bad idea to ask a divorcing couple to create a parenting plan.
Runner, R-Lancaster, the founder and executive director of Desert Christian Schools, has introduced legislation that would require divorcing couples to file parenting plans and would mandate premarital counseling or a six-month waiting period for would-be brides and grooms.
Men and women have been divorcing in this country for more than 300 years.
Using mediation techniques long called upon to resolve other types of conflict, counselors are finding that all but the most angry or violent divorcing couples can do better once they receive instruction.
Under her proposal, divorcing parents would have to create a parenting plan defining how they'll meet their children's physical, emotional and educational needs.