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February 2017 Archives

Divorce later in life can affect retirement

Waiting to get divorced until the children have grown up is a common move for couples in Billings, Montana, and other areas who know their marriage will not last forever. However, getting divorced after the age of 50 can have a major impact on the upcoming retirement years. Getting a divorce at an older age versus in early adulthood means there is not as much time left to rebuild assets before the golden years arrive.

Divorce involving shared business can be complicated

Getting divorced is a process that can be life disrupting in Montana, especially for those who own businesses. One of the most complicated situations to address during divorce is how to handle a business in which both spouses play an important role. A couple of tips may help to achieve a solution that works for both parties.

Who is liable in a medical malpractice case?

Let's say you just got home after a routine surgical procedure to correct an umbilical hernia. You're still groggy from the anesthesia, but you're glad the process is over. Now, you're looking forward to a speedy recovery and your hernia-free life ahead.

Entrepreneurship may be viable option after divorce

Being an entrepreneur can be a promising path to generating income for people of all walks of life, but it can be especially helpful following the dissolution of a marriage. This is particularly true in the case of a lack of employment history due to deciding to stay home to take care of the children. There are a few reasons why becoming an entrepreneur can be beneficial after divorce in the state of Montana.

Property division, alimony disputes may make divorce challenging

Divorce is a major life event that can have serious consequences down the road. This is true no matter what one's age is at the time of a divorce involving property division, asset distribution or alimony payments. A few tips may help to make the divorce process as easy and positive as possible in Montana considering the circumstances surrounding the marital dissolution.