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TSPs in divorce

Federal employees living in Maryland may have some special concerns during divorce proceedings. Many federal employees have what is known as a Thrift Savings Plan, which can be counted by the courts as a marital asset. If it is considered a marital asset, one's spouse...

Business valuation in a divorce

When a Maryland couple gets a divorce, if one or both owns a business or if the two are co-owners, it may be necessary to get a valuation for the business. A skilled valuation analyst can do this. The couple also needs to decide whether they need a full valuation or a...

Divorce and finances

Finances can be a significant concern when Maryland couples are ending their marriage. However, there are certain steps people can take to get ready. When considering financial advice, people should be cautious of any counsel that appears to be marketed as applicable...

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