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.
Divorce Articles by Family Lawyers and Divorce Professionals
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.
Let’s face it, infidelity sucks. You almost never see it coming because it comes from someone you pledged your life and fidelity to while believing their fingers weren’t crossed as they pledged the same. It’s not really that the “Wife is always the last to know.” It’s really that she is the last to suspect because of trust!
Infidelity, like all life experiences, can leave you bitter or better, and I choose better.
In a “malignant divorce,” a couple engages in hostile confrontation instead of legal negotiation in an attempt to resolve issues such as child custody, dividing marital assets and so forth. As a result of the hostility, there is damage done to not only themselves but their children also.
Divorce can get messy and mean and sometimes that cruelty can lead to parentage being questioned or litigated.
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.
Ultimately, dating after divorce looks different for everyone. Be honest about what you want and put yourself out there when you are ready. There is nothing wrong with being on your own and taking time to heal.
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 […]
Since retirement benefits are often the largest asset a divorcing couple must divide, careful planning is required to ensure your fair share.