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How Are Social Security Benefits Handled in a Divorce?
How Are Social Security Benefits Handled in a Divorce?

When a couple gets divorced , they must resolve issues concerning the division of marital property , spousal support, and in some cases, child custody and child support. Determining financial issues in a divorce case requires an examination into the parties’ financial ...

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