A collaborative divorce is just what it sounds like. You and your spouse work together to decide the terms for your split. Instead of having a judge decide every single issue involved in your divorce, you’ll collaborate to find answers to questions.
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Preparing for your split can help you avoid many of the biggest struggles of ending a marriage. Keep reading to learn the most significant problems many people face when divorcing, and five tips to minimize the stress of your split in advance.
Can your partner’s infidelity be held against them if you get a divorce? Here’s what you need to know about how infidelity could affect your own split.
Divorce orders aren’t the only way your ex’s remarriage can affect your financial life. Retirement funds and estate plans often need to be reconfigured if either one of you marries again.
You didn’t make the decision to end your marriage lightly. Now that you’ve decided to split up, you need to think about helping your kids handle the way their lives are changing.
This Ex-Spouse Day, think about ways you could make your relationship with your ex a little less fraught.
Whether or not you’ve been expecting your marriage to end, it can be shocking to receive divorce papers. Still, you need to react quickly to ensure you don’t miss important deadlines.
Does living separately increase the odds of staying together? A new trend calls into question the benefits of cohabitation for successful relationships.
Tax law allows you to write off certain losses each year. Here’s what you should know about investment losses and what to know about accounting for them on your taxes.