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Thursday, January 01, 2009

Real Estate and Divorce: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Wolven, Lauren J. "Real Estate and Divorce: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do." Tax Management Real Estate Journal. 2009.

>The majority of divorces involve a division of property, and many entangle real estate. With more second marriages, and more marriages later in life, incorporating divorce planning into other practice areas, such as real estate, becomes even more important when one considers the ancillary effects of divorce.

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