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Tenant disputes could arise even with a lease agreement in place

Most Kansas residents enter into various agreements throughout their lives. Sometimes, the agreements are casual enough that you may not even consider the fact that you made an agreement. On the other hand, some arrangements may need a more formal approach, and if you are considering becoming a landlord, having a lease agreement could work in your best interests.

When business agreements are broken

The days of a handshake and the bond of one's word are long gone in most business arenas. Even in your small business, you probably found out quickly that an agreement made without a contract is often an agreement that doesn't exist. It's not that people are dishonest; it's more that people don't always understand the terms they agree to. Sometimes the circumstances change, and without a written agreement, it may be difficult to alter the terms fairly.

Now you see them, now you don't: Is your spouse hiding assets?

When you look toward the future after your divorce, you may be a little worried about certain things. For instance, you're probably more than a little concerned about how your children will fare, especially if they've always had a very close relationship with their other parent. You may worry whether living in separate households will cause them undue stress. Also, if you've been out of the Kansas workforce for some time, you may also be anxious about your finances; hopefully, property division will help with that.

What type of custody arrangement will best suit your children?

Like other Kansas residents, you may still be in shock that your spouse told you that he or she wants a divorce. You may be confused, hurt and angry. In those first days, and perhaps weeks, after hearing this news, you may want to lash out, which is perfectly normal.

Obtaining guidance on preparing for the financial side of divorce

The end of a marriage can be a stressful and challenging period for everyone involved. However, in some cases there may come a point in a relationship where the only way to move forward in life is by moving on. Perhaps you and your spouse have decided to divorce, and while you might be looking forward to opening a new chapter in your life, you might have some concerns about what comes next.

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