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Negotiating a custody schedule that works for both sides

Throughout history, warring factions have come together searching for a more peaceful resolution to their disparate needs. They have often turned to negotiation, which at its finest, is a mix of diplomacy, dialogue and recognition. It isn’t about getting what you want or simply giving in to their needs. Negotiation is essentially having both sides walk away satisfied.

As you go through the process of divorce, there will be many issues that arise, but probably none more emotional than those involving your children. Research has shown that high levels of conflict—both during and after the divorce—between parents contribute to poorer adjustment in children. Putting aside any personal animosity and focusing on what’s best for your children will go a long way in creating a custody schedule that works for everyone.

Dividing unusual assets in divorce

Marital assets comprise of those assets acquired during the course of the marriage, except for inheritances and certain gifts. During the divorce process, marital assets must be identified, valued, and divided in a fair manner. When it comes to financial assets such as bank and investment accounts, this task is fairly straightforward. But there are some types of assets that can present special challenges.

For example, how do you value one-of-a-kind items? What if a particular type of item is sparsely traded of the market is temporarily illiquid? What about intangible items such as digital assets? In this blog post we will discuss the division of unusual assets in divorce.

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