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When a $131 million divorce settlement is not enough

Spokane residents who are contemplating divorce are often left wondering how their assets will be divided, and what their spouse will be awarded. Typically, it is left to the courts to divide assets, and the process can be heated and at times, fiery. For good reason, too. Many times, the assets divided are accumulated through a life together, which has fallen apart. Naturally, feuding spouses sometimes want to fight tooth and nail for the littlest of possessions, just so they can "beat" their spouse.

Child custody dispute goes before Supreme Court

Spokane residents who have gone through or who are in the middle of a custody dispute understand that is can be an epic battle. There is a great deal on the line, and it is a time where emotions can flare and a court is called in to make a life-changing decision regarding the best interests of a child are, and which parent will be awarded custody.

Actress and husband show how to collaborate in midst of divorce

Spokane residents who have gone through the process know that divorce can be an emotionally difficult time. The breakup of two people who used to love each other is hard, and often they don't want to sit in the same room with each other to go through the work required for division of assets and other labor-intensive parts of the process of divorce. However, those who can put aside their emotional conflicts and work together on a settlement often end up with a better result.

Staying or selling: what happens to a house in a divorce?

Spokane residents who are in the middle of a divorce know that there are a lot of hard questions to answer and difficult decisions to make. Depending on the current relationship you have with your future ex-spouse, the division of assets can be relatively smooth process, or in some cases, it can quickly turn into a lengthy battle. One of the largest assets is typically a marital home, and many couples struggle with whom, if anyone will retain the property, or if it should be sold, with profits divided accordingly.

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