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Property division and a manipulating, business-owning spouse

When a Kentucky divorce involves one spouse who owns a business, the manner in which that person conducts business during that time becomes a matter of vital importance. It is not uncommon for spouses to manipulate finances to benefit themselves when it comes to property division. The other spouse might want to look out for tell-tale signs of such financial deceit.

Property division in divorce and emotions do not mix

Ending a marriage is typically a challenging process for all parties involved. Kentucky spouses may struggle to keep emotions at bay. However, decisions made at this time will likely have a post-divorce impact, and a clear head is required. Property division can be particularly difficult, especially when it comes to the family home because both parties may have an emotional attachment to it.