How to Gracefully Handle the Situation When Divorce Papers Arrive

by Ball Morse Lowe on September 14, 2018

 

Whether it comes as a surprise or if it was a long time coming, being served divorce papers can be an overwhelming experience. Most people aren’t able to think clearly in the days, or even weeks, that follow. While you don’t necessarily have to act immediately, you’ll need to provide a response to the petition and take the necessary steps to choose legal representation and secure your finances. In today’s blog, we’ll be sharing how to handle this situation (both emotionally and practically).

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6 Ways to Prepare Financially for Life After an Uncontested Divorce

by Ball Morse Lowe on September 11, 2018


 
The process and experience of filing for divorce is anything but simple, and it can be difficult to make sound financial decisions while in an emotional state of mind, even in an uncontested divorce. However, it is important for both parties to plan ahead for their financial futures as individuals early on in the process, before the divorce is finalized.

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How to Divide Assets Fairly With the Help of a Divorce Attorney

by Ball Morse Lowe on August 31, 2018

One of the most difficult issues in a divorce is splitting assets into “his” and “hers.” Dividing real property (marital home), personal property (your stuff), vehicles and financial items are where most couples run into difficulty. Before a divorce can be granted, all marital assets must be distributed in a way that’s satisfactory to both parties.

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SQ 788 and Zoning

by Brian Ted Jones on August 30, 2018

Last week, the City Council of Yukon enacted an ordinance to require retail medical marijuana establishments to obtain a permit and business license from the City, pay an annual permitting fee, and operate solely in commercially zoned areas of the city.

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