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.
Women and Divorce
4 Early Divorce Mistakes and Why You Should Avoid Them
Whatever the reason(s) a marriage fails, the decision to divorce is typically an emotionally difficult one, and jumping into the divorce process without being fully prepared for what is to come can lead to several critical and potentially costly mistakes which can be avoided with the right preparation.
* Reasons You Should go Back to Work After Divorce
As scary as it is to even think of getting a job, the truth is that going back to work after divorce could be the best thing that ever happened to you.
Unhappy Husband? 6 Ways To Protect Yourself From An Unwanted Divorce
Nothing, especially when it comes to marriage should be taken for granted. You should “check in” periodically, take an inventory of sorts just to be sure you and your husband are on the same page.
15 Realistic Fears That Keep Women from Leaving a Bad Marriage
According to Meyer and Allen, “commitment to an organization is a psychological state, and it has three distinct components that affect how employees feel about the organization that they work for.
5 Financial Risks Women Face During and After a Divorce
Divorce can have a greater financial impact on women. Unfortunately, it’s sometimes harder for women to afford a divorce and get back on their feet once it has been finalized. Read more to find out why.
9 Reasons Your Ex Lied in Court
People lie in divorce court for several reasons, and it leaves those of us who wouldn’t, wondering why or, what the gain is.
Divorce or Counseling: Can Couples Therapy Save a Marriage?
Studies show that marriage therapy is effective in reducing distress among partners. It has a success rate of over 85%, and its effects often last for the next five years. According to surveys from many couples, they state they were able to save their marriages with the help of couples counseling.
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.
How a DUI Charge May Affect Your Divorce
It is well known that the legal system does not positively view parents who are thought to have a problem with substance abuse. As a result, child custody disputes may become more difficult, especially if your kids are still too little to take care of themselves.
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