The Latest With Lewis – January 2021
On December 18, 2021, the Katie L. Lewis, P.C. Family Law Team went to celebrate the holiday season at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House. Everyone had a wonderful time enjoying each other’s company, meeting everyone’s family, and eating some awesome food.
We hope you all had a great holiday season and we wish you a very Happy New Year!
Divorce and Money: Are You Sure You Know What To Expect?
Divorce is bound to be trying on both your emotional health and your financial well-being. However, while there is little you can do to prepare for the emotions that are sure to arise between filing your divorce and its finalization, you can educate yourself on the common money surprises that shroud most dissolutions.
According to Considerable.com, there are certain financial surprises that catch divorcing individuals off guard time and again. From unexpected taxes to financial secrets, these four issues, when left unconsidered, result in a significant headache for divorcing parties:
– The True Cost of Housing
– Unexpected Taxes
– Child Rearing Costs
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Welcome to the New Year
Here at Katie L. Lewis, P.C. Family Law, we understand that while the holiday season may be amazing for some, it may be less so for others. We want you to know that no matter what, we are here for you. Whether it be a legal matter or even a reference for something completely unrelated to us, our Team will always be here to assist you and yours.
Options For Business Division
If you and your spouse are going through a divorce and you own a business together, you may be wondering what you should do with it. The first thing is to find out how much it is worth.
Once you know the company’s value, you can make a more informed decision about its fate.
– Methods to Value a Business
– Options for the Owners of the Company
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Turquoise LeJeune Parker is a teacher at Lakewood Elementary School in Durham, NC. Every year she hosts a fundraiser for needy students. This year she raised a whopping $106,000.
Parker and her small army of volunteers took the cash to their local Costco to buy non-perishable groceries for over 5,100 students from a dozen Durham public schools whose families could go hungry over the holiday break.