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FLPs and divorce, Part 2

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on September 17, 2014

In our most recent posting, we took a somewhat abbreviated look at a wealth-preserving, tax-saving financial arrangement for high net worth families known as a family limited partnership, or FLP. To recap, the primary benefits of establishing a FLP include: Transferring wealth to family members Protecting gifted assets from creditors/spouses Reducing tax burden Next, we […]

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Family limited partnerships and divorce, Part 1

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on September 15, 2014

What are family limited partnerships?  They are a type of tool that many  couples and families with substantial assets and property use that that provide tax benefits in addition to protecting what we will refer to as “the family fortune.” A family limited partnership (FLP) is set up by an attorney specializing in estate planning. […]

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Temporary orders

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on September 11, 2014

Before a divorce even comes before the court, there may be circumstances and issues that sometimes require temporary orders.  After the case has been filed, you may proceed with filing the necessary paperwork to obtain orders for more immediate adjustments in such matters as restraining orders, establishing child custody, visitation and/or support. Why are these […]

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