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Reasons for Divorce

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 by

Infidelity, falling out of love, financial reasons. These are all reasons for getting a divorce. But they aren’t the only ones. Common Reasons for Divorce Chances are you have a friend or family member that has gone through divorce. It’s not easy and there are many factors that contribute to the dissolution of a marriage.

Divorce is scary to face. What can make the process even more overwhelming is determining what your financial situation will look like. In addition to child support and alimony, you will also need to determine how your property will be divided. Dividing Marital Property When it comes to dividing assets during a divorce there are various concerns you will

You’ve been working for months to resolve your issues with your spouse but you still can’t seem to see eye to eye on anything. You can’t imagine this might be the end of your marriage, but you have no other option but to file for divorce. It can be a hard time. But if you

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Financial Tips for Your Divorce

Monday, 20 March 2017 by

Finances can be hard to manage in general, but if you are going through a divorce, they can feel almost impossible. There are a number of things to consider: will you be receiving alimony or paying it? Child support? What will your “single life budget” be? You’ll want to address these questions as soon as

College Tuition and Divorce

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 by

One of the hardest things for divorced parents is handling the child situation. From child custody to child support payments, these types of situations can be difficult. And the thing that makes it the most difficult? Money. That’s why it makes sense that it takes a lot of planning and careful decision making when it

The Financial Side of Divorce

Tuesday, 06 December 2016 by

Divorce is difficult. You are both figuring out what your new lives will be once the divorce agreement is signed. One of the hardest aspects to resolve during divorce is the finances. The Financial Side of Divorce Mark Zandi, a chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, who has researched divorce and corresponding demographic trends has found,

Divorce Crisis or Marriage Crisis?

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 by

Divorce is common in Hollywood. This is a fact we all know. All we have to do is wait in line for a few minutes at our local grocery store. The tabloids are piled high with stories of divorces and how much so-and-so will receive in their divorce settlement. And up until a few recently

Financial Freedom After Divorce

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 by

Divorce is scary to face. A million questions will be asked before any answers are found. You will need to start a new life, and the tolls of that will not only be emotional, but also financial. Regardless of if you are receiving child support and alimony, or paying child support and alimony, you will

Alimony, also known as “spousal support,” is one of the last aspects of a divorce to be decided, often falling behind child support and custody and marital property division, but it is just as important. What is Alimony / Spousal Support? Alimony, often called “spousal support” is when one spouse pays the other in order to

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