The threat of a potential bankruptcy is, in all too many divorces, a real one that should not be ignored. Recognize the warning signs and learn how to protect yourself.
Getting a handle on your bills may seem like just another item on your overwhelming "To Do" list, but this problem is one you can tackle one step at a time.
Financial distress can soon develop into a general sense of despair, especially for those who have just ended a marriage. This is where debt management comes in.
This article will review the law applicable to debts and their division in divorce and give practical ideas for helping clients address their debt issues.
Here are the most common…
After your divorce, you might be overwhelmed by the number of debts and the unpaid bills you still have - take a deep breath. The only way you will get through them is one step at a time, and Gerri Detweiler's step-by-step guide will take you through the
Many divorcing individuals believe that if they can get their joint debts assigned to their spouse in the divorce decree, they no longer have to worry about them. That’s not the case!
What happens if the non-military spouse runs up a lot of credit-card debts in the military spouse’s name while the military spouse is deployed?
No, debts are automatically considered during property division. You would look at it all as a…