One of the advantages of technological advancements in recent history is that divorced moms (like any other person) can earn money working from home. Here are six ways they can do it.
Divorce settlements are stressful at best. If real property is involved, Lawyers need to make sure that the property is properly valued in order to allow the parties to make educated decisions and to most productively move on with their separate lives.
Here are seven tips on how to manage the stresses and anxieties while taking care of your finances after divorce.
Here are our top 5 details not to overlook to ensure your agreement doesn’t fall victim to the financial pitfalls of a poorly written divorce agreement.
During a pandemic and economic downturn, as much as a couple may want to split, doing so is much more difficult for both practical and financial reasons.
Here’s what you need to know about selling your house during divorce.
Manhattan Tax and Financial Expert John Johansen discusses what divorcing individuals should know about the CARES Act with Divorce Magazine’s Editorial Director, Diana Shepherd.
You have a right to know about any assets acquired during your marriage.
There are many strategies to use – and mistakes to avoid – that can help protect your financial security during divorce. Here are a few tips to help you free yourself financially from your ex.
When a couple gets married, whether to separate finances is often a question.