Archive for month: May, 2014

Full Estate Administration vs. Release from Administration

When a loved one dies, it’s hard on the entire family. Dealing with funeral arrangements and entertaining distant friends and acquaintances takes a toll on spouses and children of the deceased. Taking care of the deceased’s property and affairs can be confusing and add stress to this situation. What are the options available to you […]

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Forensic Accounting

Divorce is never a pleasant process – it involves a lot of emotion and a struggle to reach compromises. Many times, these heightened emotions and an increased stress level can lead to disagreements and mistrust when it comes to the family’s finances. Often times during a divorce process, there is a spouse who is less-aware […]

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Chapter 13 and Divorce

You and your spouse filed a joint Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and now things have gone south with your marriage. If you and your spouse are facing a divorce after you’ve filed Chapter 13, there are several things to consider. First and foremost, your bankruptcy attorney may face a conflict of interest if you and your […]

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