After your divorce, you may wonder how you will gain financial independence. Read on to understand and conquer the money difficulties that come with separating.
Debt and Divorce
Now more than ever, you need to find ways to reduce your budget to match your income and save money after divorce. These tips will help you save money after divorce so you can get back on your feet faster.
Failing to consider all of the financial ramifications of divorce can have catastrophic consequences, so think twice before you act.
With issues such as spousal support, child support and child custody now being a part of your life, it’s important to be prepared before filing taxes after divorce. Tax day is almost here. If you have recently gone through a divorce, you may or may not have thought about how it will affect your financial […]
Don’t go through divorce alone: build a divorce team! Here are a few professionals that should be playing and not warming the bench.
Learn and Prepare for Your Divorce Expenses Getting married can be one of the most magical experiences a person ever has. However, sometimes an “I do” simply turns into an “I don’t” and, in those trying times, the world can seem as though it’s been flipped upside down entirely, with a long list of divorce […]
Worried your husband or wife might be hiding money before a divorce? Learn how to spot hidden assets and where you might be able to find them.
Divorce can be draining on your emotions and affect your life more than you imagined. If bankruptcy is piled on top of it, it can become even more stressful. If you and your spouse have made the decision that divorce is your best option, your finances could be affected, as divorce is commonly cited as […]
For the past several years there has been an increase in the use of a “collaborative” process when dealing with family law matters, and now there is an official Collaborative Law Process Act that governs this process. Florida is now the 14th state, along with the District of Columbia, to pass such a law. As […]
If you’re going through a divorce, it’s important to remember your fiduciary duty of disclosure, including assets and debts. Here’s why!