Even after you're legally separated, there may be lingering financial ties that bind you together. You risk serious ramifications if you and your spouse don't discuss how to handle the debt after the separation.
Before committing to going through a divorce, make sure you are prepared for the financial changes that divorce brings.
If you are one of the increasing number of married couples going through divorce after 50, making finances your top priority and setting financial goals could help you protect your future.
Before finalizing a divorce, it's important for individuals to consider obtaining a financial order – which can help prevent ex-spouses from making financial claims in the future.
While many are familiar with the dreaded seven-year itch, it turns out that more Americans are getting divorced even later in life than ever before.
A mediator with a financial background can help couples navigate the financial details of a divorce.
An introduction to dividing stock options, restricted stock, or other executive compensation during divorce.
During your divorce, you need to have a complete understanding of your own as well as your ex’s financial situation. Here’s help figuring out your living expenses.
The evidence from psychology, behavioral finance, and investments tells us that there is range of diverse psychological mistakes people make with their investments. They are categorized into two areas: cognitive and emotional.
Here are five things to consider and understand before finalizing your divorce.
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