Managing Income for Married Couples
Don’t make deposits of income earned during the marriage into non-marital accounts. Income earned during marriage is usually considered marital property. Depositing that income into non-marital accounts can result in “commingling.” When that happens, the non-marital account is no longer considered separate property.
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Duties and responsibilities of every landlord.
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Separating Properties Independently
Child Custody Basics
Who should take custody of the child after divorce?