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Insurance and the protection of future assets in divorce

The end of a marriage requires both spouses to address many complex legal and financial issues. During divorce, a Wyoming couple may find they are primarily concerned with things such as what will happen to the family home or which spouse will get financial support. However, it is smart not to overlook other important issues that could affect a person well into the future, such as insurance.

Lessons from a high asset divorce

Most Wyoming readers probably know that Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, and his wife have filed for divorce. It is one of the most expensive divorces in history and has garnered many headlines as there were literally billions of dollars at stake. This extremely high asset divorce offers couples of all income levels a few tips that can help make the divorce process easier.

What should a parent know about child support?

Divorce is a complicated, often emotionally-charged process, and both parents and children will have to adjust to new circumstances once the process is final. One significant factor that could impact post-divorce life is the payment of child support. The intent of this specific type of financial support is to provide the custodial parent with the resources necessary to meet the needs of the kids.

What factors determine how much alimony a spouse will get?

In a divorce, it is normal to have serious concerns regarding how the process will affect future interests and financial security. Through alimony, a lesser-earning spouse can have the support he or she needs to address the economic inequity that a spouse can experience in a divorce. There is no one-size-fits-all amount of support, and the exact amount and duration of the payments depends on the specific details of the individual situation.

After 50 years, father ordered to pay $150,000 in child support

Wyoming parents who are going through a divorce might be understandably worried about their financial stability. From dealing with things like living on a smaller income to maintaining the marital home or family vehicle, parents might be most worried about the costs of raising a child. Child support generally helps parents with primary custody balance the daily expenses involved with child-rearing, but sometimes their exes refuse to pay.

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