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  • Have Wealth? Over 50 years old? Read this before your divorce begins
    Have Wealth? Over 50 years old? Read this before your divorce begins

    We began to discuss the topic of over-50 divorces in yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC . As I will often do when we have multi-day topics such as this one, I recommend ...

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  • Over the age of fifty and considering a divorce? Read this blog post first
    Over the age of fifty and considering a divorce? Read this blog post first

    With the benefit of age comes the ability to have built up wealth that stands to benefit you, your spouse, your family and generations of your family to come. The effort that you put into building a ...

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  • Advice and Perspective on Grey Divorces
    Advice and Perspective on Grey Divorces

    You may not know it, but people over the age of fifty are getting divorced in the United States at a pace not before seen in our nation’s history. As a result, the adult children of those folks ...

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  • Helping your children through your Grey divorce
    Helping your children through your Grey divorce

    A relatively recent phenomenon that we have seen occur in the United States is the rise of what are known as “ Grey Divorces ”. These are divorces that occur between parties that are nearing ...

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  • Completing the Divorce- Handling Retirement and Avoiding Last Minute Problems
    Completing the Divorce- Handling Retirement and Avoiding Last Minute Problems

    A Qualified Domestic Relations Order ( QDRO ) is the key to your being able to turn a Divorce Decree which provides you the right to access a portion of your ex-spouse’s retirement benefits into ...

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  • Social Security Retirement Benefits and Divorce
    Social Security Retirement Benefits and Divorce

    If you are divorced but were married to your spouse for ten or more years you are potentially eligible for spousal benefits through Social Security. However, there is more to this eligibility than ...

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