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Hidden assets can negatively impact property division

When you go through a divorce, your financial interests are at stake. You understand that it is important to secure terms that allow you to have a strong and prosperous future, and this is contingent on a reasonable property division order. However, it's difficult to get a fair division of marital property if your spouse is trying to hide assets. 

Handling retirement accounts during divorce

Indiana residents who have decided to get divorced will need to divide their assets, including retirement accounts. This can create anxiety, particularly as people worry about their financial stability after retirement. While each case is different, unless there is a prenup in place, the court will usually set how the retirement accounts of divorcing couples will be divided as retirement account savings are considered marital property.

The Hague Convention and international custody disputes

When parents are going through a divorce and one is from another country, that parent may take the children to that country in an effort to obtain custody. When this happens, parents may find themselves in an international custody dispute. The first step for parents in Indiana may be to find out whether the country is a signatory to the Hague Convention.

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