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Topic: Re: Intellectual Property & Simplicity
Written By: schopenhauer - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you again Mr Terry, and once more, for providing such an invaluable resource here.
Topic: Re: Intellectual Property & Simplicity
Written By: schopenhauer - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you Mr Terry, with due consideration that's a sterling suggestion! I think that figuring out precisely what assets I do have led me to become overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of work in my portfolio: scraps, sketches, and paintings; but I'm assuming - outside of the intellectual properties of an established film producer say, with incoming royalties and copyrights - that all these things,
Topic: Intellectual Property & Simplicity
Written By: schopenhauer - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Good Afternoon, fresh to the forum and extremely grateful for the wealth of knowledge and advice both here and on the website! I'm intending on filing for divorce in the middle of this month and was hoping to gain some insights on how best to approach the process before I instigate it. We are both relatively young, have been married for less than five years, with no children, no significant as
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