by Meredith Brown, Attorney, Brown and Brown
Most divorcing couples can agree on the day they were married but it is not uncommon for spouses to have very different ideas of when the marriage was “over.” Sometimes the dates expressed by spouses are years apart. How do couples set their date of separation? Why does it even matter?
In California,… Read More
by Thea Glazer, CFP®, CDFA™, MS Accounting
Glazer Financial Advisors
When dividing property in a divorce settlement, stock options and restricted stock may be part of the marital estate. This brief overview provides a basic understanding of the factors you need to take into consideration. It does not go into all the many tax and technical issues that are aspects… Read More
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