Price can be a consideration, but it should not be the primary factor in your decision.
We think of divorce as a single event – you get divorced and you’re done. The truth is that you need to go through these four divorces: the Legal Divorce, the Financial Divorce, the Social Divorce, and the Emotional Divorce. Here’s how each will affect you.
Acting in a way that appears irresponsible, inappropriate, or antagonistic can have a negative impact on your case, leaving you with both less money and less time with your kids. Here’s how to manage your reputation by ensuring your behavior is above reproach.
Many states and provinces consider your marital standard of living and your pre-divorce lifestyle as major factors in awarding spousal support.
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If you’re newly separated or divorced, you may be dreading holidays. But with planning, creativity, and courage you can cope with – and even enjoy – holidays throughout the year. Here’s how.
Here’s a basic primer on how the divorce process works.
You're getting a divorce. You've talked to your spouse. Now how do you tell your children, friends, and family? Should you tell your co-workers and your boss? Here's how to minimize the damage when you break the news.
South Carolina has five grounds for divorce: one "no-fault" ground and four "fault" grounds. The no-fault ground is living separate and apart without cohabitation for a period of one year.