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What happens if you hide your assets during divorce?

If your marriage is ending because your spouse was abusive, unfaithful or otherwise responsible for the breakdown of your relationship, you may be justified in feeling a little bitter about having to split your assets. (That may even be doubly so if you were the person who worked hardest to acquire those assets and build up the nest egg you have -- while your spouse only drove up the credit card bills.)

Navigating the minefield of a blended family during the holidays

Every year, the holiday season can cause a considerable amount of stress for families of all kinds. Distant family members may be thrown together with people they simply don't enjoy being around. Newly divorced couples often struggle to figure out their "new normal," unsure of how, when or where to celebrate now that they're single again.

Dealing with "no-show" visitation

You want the best for your child. Even though you and your child's other parent are no longer together, you want your child to have a good relationship with the other parent. Because of that, you make it a point to have your child ready to go every time the other parent's visitation rolls around.

What if your spouse lies during your divorce?

A good divorce is one in which everybody plays fair and both parties walk away with what they are due. Unfortunately, not everybody seems to feel that way. Some divorcing spouses are so determined to score a "win" over their ex that they'll go to great lengths to do it -- including lie in court.

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