If you are getting divorced, your marital property, including your home, will need to be divided between you and your spouse.
The Court may order the sale of a property if it is confirmed that not selling the home could negatively impact one spouse financially.
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.
How your credit can be affected by your ex-spouse even after divorce and what you can do to protect yourself
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.
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.
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.