The first step in understanding how your divorce will affect a family business is to determine which assets and liabilities are considered to be marital property.
Preparing for Divorce
The hardest question you may ever be faced with is “Should I stay or should I go?” If you have been unhappy for a long time, deciding whether your marriage is over may be the most difficult decision you ever make.
This article highlights the top ten cities with the highest divorce rates in America and five possible reasons why.
It’s just this simple: divorce can ruin you financially.
The best legal process for you is the one that helps you toward safety, stability and security. Collaborative divorce is a good process for many people, but it isn’t right for everyone. Whatever your legal process, get ready to move forward, and stay committed to the best possible future for your child.
If you’re waiting to file for divorce, or even to tell your spouse that the marriage is over, there are many things to consider and it hard to know where to start. Follow these 10 steps to make that first discussion as productive as possible.
Talking to some teens about anything, let alone their parents’ impending divorce, can be challenging and, quite honestly, daunting. Your teen will likely have many questions, some of which you may be unable to answer.
The path of divorce mediation may not a suitable path for every divorcing couple. However, if divorce mediation is the chosen path, here are some items to consider when discussing complex issues.
Aside from the emotional toll divorce can have on those going through it, there are also financial complications that arise from divorce. If you’ve just gone through a messy divorce and want to recover financially, read on to learn how.
Florida has strict rules and guidelines when serving divorce papers. These are in place to ensure that the respondent’s spouse is notified properly without being fooled or given misinformation.