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Issues Involving Adult Children In a Gray Divorce

A paramount concern is the attorney-client privilege.

The “silver split” or “gray divorce”—the phenomenon of later-in-life divorces —certainly isn’t new, but it’s becoming increasingly common. These divorces come with their own specific sets of complications including, among other concerns, unique spousal support considerations, difficult and often impossible to prove separate property claims and, for the purposes of this article, issues involving adult children.

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