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Negotiate a commercial lease with your best interests in mind

When you find the right place from which to operate your business, you may feel the need to rush forward and sign the lease agreement as soon as possible. After all, it's difficult to find commercial space that's in your budget and suits the needs of your Indiana small business. However, there are several reasons why you may want to slow down and negotiate the terms of your lease agreement before signing.

"Gray divorce" becomes a more common choice

In Indiana and across the country, the overall divorce rate has been declining for over 20 years. The opposite, however, is true for Americans over the age of 50. Between 1990 and 2010, the divorce rate for this sector doubled, and this trend shows no sign of stopping. "Gray divorce" has become a major phenomenon, especially as people lead longer, healthier lives. However, there are also serious financial and legal considerations that can come with it, especially when retirement accounts are a concern.

Divorcing without unnecessarily traumatizing the children

The end of a marriage can have a significant emotional impact on both a parent and a child. However, it is a parent's responsibility to ensure that a son or daughter is able to adjust to his or her new reality. Ideally, Indiana residents and others who have ended their marriages will make decisions that are in the best interests of their children. For instance, it can be alright for a divorced couple to have dinner together with their kids.

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