Although the issue of gifted and inherited assets is not a new topic in the context of a Massachusetts Divorce I have recently seen an uptick in interest in this topic. So, it is time to revisit this issue.
Preserving your mental and emotional health post-divorce is hard enough, but taking control of your finances can alleviate the stress.
You’re probably worried about stability and financial security, but being proactive and asking the right questions about divorce and mortgage can make the process a much easier one.
One of the biggest challenges in life after divorce is finding a new home. If you’re thinking about buying a house after divorce, here are five steps you should take.
While you are transitioning from married to divorced, there are several things to take into account if you’re thinking about purchasing a new home.
Unfortunately, your divorce judgment doesn’t describe what to do after divorce to complete your financial and legal separation. Here are the top 10 post-divorce tasks to help you start the next chapter of your life.
Create a plan for your finances as early as possible; it can go a long way to making your divorce as simple as it can be. Here are 5 tips on handling your finances after divorce.
Managing money may be one of the most complex adjustments after your divorce is official, but there are ways you can quickly put money back into your bank account.
If you have your heart set on a new home, here are some financial tips that you can use to make your best attempt.
How thoroughly you prepare for your divorce, even in the early stages before hiring a lawyer, can substantially impact the divorce process, especially your bottom line.