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Can you sell your engagement ring following a divorce?

Engagement rings can be a valuable asset, and following a divorce, you might not want to hold on to an emotional reminder of your marriage. Some people might want to keep the ring to pass on to other family members, while others feel that it's unlucky to pass on a ring that is associated with a marriage that ended. Whatever reason you want to sell your engagement ring, the answer is: If you own it following the divorce, it's yours to do what you want with.

Can you leave the city or state with children after a divorce?

One of the more unfortunate truths about life with children after a divorce is that you are sometimes limited in the decisions you can make regarding where to live. That limitation can trickle in to limit your career, social and future relationship options, though you are not without any ability to relocate following a divorce. It's simply important to consider all the aspects of any decision and consult with a lawyer if you believe a relocation might impact any existing custody arrangement or order.

Video: Trust is a crucial component of legal representation

It's safe to say that you have heard one or two lawyer jokes in your time. Many of those hundreds, maybe thousands, of jokes have a similar theme, "You can't trust them." Yet, you have to rely on them when you start a business, enter into a contract, complete a real estate transaction or develop an estate plan.

What children of divorce think years later

Parents who are thinking about getting divorced will often be nervous about the decision because of the kids. Even if they have a very good reason to split up, they still won't be sure if they should do it because they don't want to negatively impact the children.

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