Divorce is difficult as it is, but it’s more important than ever before to look ahead to protect your own financial well-being.
There is an old adage that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Creating a budget helps you take control of your financial wellness, get a better grasp of your money, and learn how to manage your money better.
When a family goes through a divorce, they often become anxious over the costs associated with the process. This is understandable, given that they are going to have to maintain two households on the same incomes that previously supported one. Fortunately, there are some things all parties involved can do to keep their costs down and while still resolving their matters fully and efficiently.
Unhappy couples want to get through the holidays and hence, from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, divorce attorneys typically are not busy commencing divorce proceedings.
Retirement funds are not all safe from being taken to satisfy child support or alimony/spousal support obligations.
Creating a solid foundation financially is a good starting point for rebuilding your life. Here is how you can use finances as a foundation for rebuilding the new you.
There are many reasons why divorce in couples occur, money is one of the biggest ones.
If you are going through a divorce, it’s important to understand that this is already a difficult time in your life, even if you want it or you think it is for the best. Remember to take step back and understand that financial matters during divorce can have a huge impact on you for the rest of your life.
Here are some tips on how to handle a divorce when you rely on your partner in a family business.
Making the sale of the family home a priority can help to eliminate much of the stress associated with divorce. Here are the steps to sell your home during divorce.