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Considering a divorce? This may be the right time of year

While following the lead or advice of a celebrity may not always be the most advisable thing to do, it appears that some stars may be able to set at least one solid example when it comes to divorce. Company executives and celebrities alike appear to understand that the beginning of a New Year isn't just a time for resolutions that will likely be dropped before the month is up. Instead, they apparently understand that filing for divorce at the start of the year can sometimes be an exceptionally beneficial time to do so. 

Considering a divorce? This may be the right time of year

While following the lead or advice of a celebrity may not always be the most advisable thing to do, it appears that some stars may be able to set at least one solid example when it comes to divorce. Company executives and celebrities alike appear to understand that the beginning of a New Year isn't just a time for resolutions that will likely be dropped before the month is up. Instead, they apparently understand that filing for divorce at the start of the year can sometimes be an exceptionally beneficial time to do so. 

Already thinking of asset division, Gina Neely files for divorce

When a celebrity divorce is announced, it is rare that it appears as amicable as the recent split between celebrity chefs Gina and Pat Neely. However, even when most aspects of a divorce are on relatively friendly terms -- such as why the divorce is needed -- dividing up what was once marital property can be difficult. Those in Oregon who are planning to divorce might take note of the Neelys' apparent forethought into the issue of asset division. 

Already thinking of asset division, Gina Neely files for divorce

When a celebrity divorce is announced, it is rare that it appears as amicable as the recent split between celebrity chefs Gina and Pat Neely. However, even when most aspects of a divorce are on relatively friendly terms -- such as why the divorce is needed -- dividing up what was once marital property can be difficult. Those in Oregon who are planning to divorce might take note of the Neelys' apparent forethought into the issue of asset division. 

After divorce, what spousal support is available to me?

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is not always necessary for every divorced couple in Oregon. However, for those who believe that they are eligible to receive some type of spousal support, it can be important to go into a divorce prepared. There are actually three different types of spousal support that you may qualify for. 

After divorce, what spousal support is available to me?

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is not always necessary for every divorced couple in Oregon. However, for those who believe that they are eligible to receive some type of spousal support, it can be important to go into a divorce prepared. There are actually three different types of spousal support that you may qualify for. 

Asset division can be complicated by hidden funds

An important aspect of divorce proceedings is deciding how to properly divide the marital assets. However, if one partner hasn't been entirely honest when it comes to the disclosing of those assets, the other might end up with far less of his or her fair share. Nevertheless, there are steps that may be taken to ensure that nothing is hidden during asset division of an Oregon divorce proceeding.

Asset division can be complicated by hidden funds

An important aspect of divorce proceedings is deciding how to properly divide the marital assets. However, if one partner hasn't been entirely honest when it comes to the disclosing of those assets, the other might end up with far less of his or her fair share. Nevertheless, there are steps that may be taken to ensure that nothing is hidden during asset division of an Oregon divorce proceeding.

Facebook could cause divorce, researchers say

Individuals who think that “liking” a photo of a dog posted by their old college roommate may not have any real significance may want to think again. According to a new study, a popular aspect of the Internet could have a significant effect on divorce rates. While Oregon couples might divorce for a myriad of different reasons, Facebook could actually be part of the cause.

Facebook could cause divorce, researchers say

Individuals who think that “liking” a photo of a dog posted by their old college roommate may not have any real significance may want to think again. According to a new study, a popular aspect of the Internet could have a significant effect on divorce rates. While Oregon couples might divorce for a myriad of different reasons, Facebook could actually be part of the cause.