October 11, 2019 / Leave a Comment

How Oral and Verbal Agreements Work in a Divorce A verbal agreement, which can also be referred to as an oral contract, is an agreement made without a formal written contract. With verbal or oral agreements, no document is executed showing that one party will wash the dishes or walk the dog however, it is understood by both parties in… READ MORE

September 17, 2019 / Leave a Comment

Gray Divorce Divorce rates overall for Americans are lower than they were five years ago. However, the number of people over the age of 50 who are splitting up is on the rise. This is referenced as Gray Divorce, which is a term referring to the demographic trend of an increasing divorce rate for older (“Gray-haired”) couples in long-lasting marriages.   Divorce… READ MORE

August 18, 2019 / Leave a Comment

What Happens to a Business in Divorce Understanding how divorce can impact your business is crucial. After all, your business is one of the most valuable financial assets you own. Gloria Petroni will share a few precautions to take to avoid serious damage to your business or financial situation, or having to be in business with your former spouse. Depending… READ MORE

August 8, 2019 / Leave a Comment

Gloria Petroni contributed to Opportunity Nevada and discussed important items to keep in mind when relocating to Nevada. Items including estate planning, divorce and residency can distractedly change when moving to Nevada. “The United States is experiencing increasing mobility from state to state, and it is no secret that many are choosing to call Nevada home. Specifically, Nevada’s business-friendly environment has… READ MORE

July 19, 2019 / Leave a Comment

Estate planning is the process by which an individual or family arranges the transfer of assets in anticipation of death. An estate plan aims to preserve the maximum amount of wealth possible for the intended beneficiaries and flexibility for the individual prior to death. Show Notes No matter your net worth, it is important to have a basic estate plan… READ MORE

June 17, 2019 / Leave a Comment

The newly enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) impacts tax filings. When you add divorce and alimony to the mix, it can become an even more complicated process. Your marital status at the end of the year will determine how you file your tax return. If your divorce has been finalized, you will file separately from your spouse and… READ MORE

May 31, 2019 / Leave a Comment

There are many ways to own your assets. When you pass, it is only natural that you want your family to share in the success of your hard work. When deciding how to hold the title to your property, there are a number of factors that can affect your choice. Factors such as whether you are married, whether you are… READ MORE

May 22, 2019 / Leave a Comment

Military Divorce By Gloria Petroni of Petroni Law Group If you are in the military or a military spouse, there are some additional factors that can affect your divorce. One example is that the process could take longer if one of the of you is on active duty in a remote area or have a permanent station overseas. There are… READ MORE

May 8, 2019 / Leave a Comment

A verbal agreement is an agreement made without a formal written contract. Simple verbal agreements can be the product of negotiation, like who will do dishes or who will take the dog on a walk each day. With verbal agreements, no document is executed showing that one party will wash the dishes or walk the dog however, it is understood… READ MORE

May 1, 2019 / Leave a Comment

Since the Recession of 2008, the United States has seen a steady increase of divorce rates. Among U.S. adults ages 50 and older, the divorce rate has roughly doubled since the 1990s. Adults 40-49 also saw an increase of divorce rates but with only 14% increase. One possible reason the divorce rates have steadily increased over the past couple decades… READ MORE