Every couple has different values and financial specifics about their situation. Consider these when deciding on a prenup and the process you may wish to employ.
Saving Money as a Single Parent: It is Possible!
Whether you are currently a single parent or you are going through a divorce, managing your finances is of utmost importance. You need to make enough to pay the bills and save for the future. If you need help in that area, then consider these helpful tips.
WATCH: Are Stock Options Considered Assets to be Divided During Divorce?
Are stock options considered assets to be divided during divorce? The first thing we need to look at is what is a stock option? A stock option is the right to buy stock in a company who employs the spouse at a discounted or fixed price within a certain period of time. Stock options can […]
Common Types of Retirement Benefits Divided in US Divorce Cases
Since retirement benefits are often the largest asset a divorcing couple must divide, careful planning is required to ensure your fair share.
How Are Businesses Divided in a Divorce?
State divorce laws vary, and where you live will impact how the court shares your business during divorce.
The Financial and Emotional Impact of Divorce on Women
Let’s look at divorce from the woman’s perspective. She will fare better emotionally because, more often than not, she is the one who has already distanced herself emotionally from the marriage and her husband.
This is How Your Credit Score During a Divorce Can be Affected
Divorce can be challenging and emotionally exhausting for many. In some cases, people neglect their credit when going through a divorce due to various reasons. Protecting your credit score during a divorce is crucial for those going through one.
WATCH: Property Division in Utah with Sharon Donovan, Family Lawyer
Sharon Donovan answers FAQs about property division in Utah, including the difference between marital & separate property, and how assets are divided during divorce.
Tips for Keeping Financial Issues From Leading To Divorce
At the end of the day, you can manage the money issues in your relationship; you just need to be frank (without pointing fingers), committed, and mature.
4 Tips to Start Compounding Your Wealth Again After Divorce
You owe it to yourself to decrease stress and anxiety by securing your financial future after divorce. Here’s how to get your finances on track.
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