A Focused Approach To Divorce And Family Law

Omaha family law attorney Matt Higgins is AV Preeminent* peer review-rated through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating, for legal abilities and ethical standards.

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A Focused Approach To Divorce And Family Law

Omaha family law attorney Matt Higgins is AV Preeminent* peer review-rated through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating, for legal abilities and ethical standards.

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A Focused Approach To Divorce And Family Law

Omaha family law attorney Matt Higgins is AV Preeminent* peer review-rated through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating, for legal abilities and ethical standards.

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High earners: Preparing for your divorce

Money is typically a primary concern when couples divorce, even when they are affluent. If you or your spouse is a high earner, unique financial issues can arise during your split. Preparing for these can help you navigate your divorce more confidently. Calculating...

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4 behavioral signs that divorce looms

Things between you and your spouse have not been going well. Every slight, every lecture and every deliberate snub stings. This is not what you expected to happen in your marriage. Is divorce inevitable? Well, some psychologists consider four key behavioral signs that...

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Are second marriages destined for divorce?

Going through a divorce can mean a chance to start a new chapter. In many cases, a first marriage can be a learning experience. While it can be emotionally challenging to go through a divorce, there may come a time when you are ready to take a chance on a new...

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Remembering to care for yourself during divorce

Divorce is an overwhelming process. In addition to the meetings and appointments, getting a divorce also consumes a lot of your mental and emotional energy. Initially, it may seem easier to brush off your mental health needs in an effort to focus on getting through...

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How spouses use trusts to hide assets in divorce

Forget about squirreling away lockboxes full of cash or giving faux loans to relatives to try to hide their assets – savvy spouses intent on hiding their wealth during their divorces are frequently using trusts. We’re not necessarily talking about offshore trusts,...

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