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February 2019 Archives

Exit strategies and partnerships

When one entrepreneur in Massachusetts decides to go into business with another entrepreneur and create a business partnership, the pair must think carefully about how they want to structure and run their business. In addition, their partnership agreement should clearly outline some potential exit strategies.

Sex addiction and divorce

Although there are many reasons why couples come to the conclusion that their marriage needs to end, a partner's unfaithfulness is responsible for many divorces. Some people may cheat on their spouse one time and deeply regret what they have done, while others may have little or no regard for their actions. Sometimes, these affairs may go on for years without the other party knowing, while other instances may involve someone being aware of their spouse's infidelity. Moreover, some people cheat on their spouse frequently as a result of sex addiction.

What determines the value of expensive paintings?

An old painting can be worth a lot of money, so if you and your spouse jointly own such a piece of art, you want to be sure how much the painting is actually worth. Massachusetts couples who end up divorcing face the thorny question of who gets the painting, and in some cases the painting ends up being sold with its value split up between the spouses. So it is a smart move to understand how paintings are evaluated.

Why insurers may lowball first offers

When you have auto repair or medical bills on the table, you do not want your insurer to play games while processing your claim. Unfortunately, many Massachusetts policy holders find the first settlement offer they receive is too low to adequately pay their coverage. So why do insurance companies engage in such tactics even if policy holders have made a convincing case for their claim? Sometimes insurers are purposely looking to see what their policy holders know.

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