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Divorce for the Self-Employed Worker

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

When a couple divorces, they must divide their assets according to the doctrine of equitable distribution. When a couple divorces in court, the court determines an appropriate way to divide their assets. Couples who choose collaborative divorce have more control over how their assets are divided, but often follow equitable distribution guidelines at the… Read More »

Alimony Attorney

Separating your Finances Before you File for Divorce

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Finance-related conflicts are one of the top reasons why American couples divorce. For the most part, all financial actions an individual takes during his or her marriage are actions made on behalf of the couple. This means that if one party accrues debt, the other can be liable for it. If you know your… Read More »

Divorce Modification & Visitation Attorney

Collaborative Divorce for Unconventional Circumstances

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Every marriage is unique. Logically, this means that every divorce is unique, even though they generally involve the same issues to settle, such as how the couple’s property is divided and how the couple with handle co-parenting after the divorce. There is no one-size-fits-all divorce method, and when couples try to force their divorces… Read More »

Divorce Attorney

Why Are Second and Subsequent Marriages More Likely to End in Divorce?

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

You might have heard that an individual’s second, third, or later marriage is more likely to end in divorce than his or her first marriage. This is true. People enter their second and later marriages with different perspectives than they had in their first marriages. They can see red flags and conflicts more easily… Read More »

Family Attorney

My Collaborative Divorce is Not Working the Way I Thought it Would. What Can I Do?

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Many couples pursue collaborative divorce because it eliminates the stresses of going to court while saving them money. It also allows the couple to retain a higher level of control over the details of their divorce, such as how their property is divided. Because collaborative divorce requires the couple to cooperate and compromise, it… Read More »

Child Custody Attorney

How to Determine if your Divorce is Impacting your Child’s Mental Health (And How to Help)

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

A divorce can be difficult on every member of a family. Children, even very young children, are perceptive to their parents’ conflicts and can feel stressed about the changes to their lives that come with a divorce. The reality of potentially having to move, no longer seeing each parent every day, possibly meeting their… Read More »

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Does Divorce Affect Men and Women Differently?

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

You have probably heard the old adage, “men are from Mars, women are from Venus.” Although individuals of both sexes have much greater freedom to deviate from gender norms than they had in previous decades, gender still plays a role in how many individuals move through the events of their lives, particularly those related… Read More »

What is Parental Alienation?

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

In an ideal world, couples who realize their marriages cannot be saved would divorce amicably, working together to develop timesharing arrangements that allow them both to maintain quality relationships with their children and continue to co-parent effectively in the years that follow. But we do not live in an ideal world, we live in… Read More »

Special Concerns in High Net Worth Divorces

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

The Securities Exchange Commission has a concrete definition of a high net worth individual: any individual who, either on his or her own or with his or her spouse, has a net worth that exceeds $1,000,000 in liquid assets, an individual whose income exceeded $200,000 for the past two years and can reasonably expect… Read More »

Financial Control as a Form of Domestic Violence

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Domestic violence comes in many forms. Although it can be blatantly obvious physical or emotional abuse, it can also take less obvious forms. Domestic violence is about controlling a partner’s behavior. Whether an individual’s behavior is controlled through the fear of physical harm, a demolished sense of self worth, or through direct financial control,… Read More »

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