Divorced parents encounter unique challenges and issues when planning and financing college education for their kids. If cooperation is possible, there are strategies that can help maximize college financial aid and lower the financial burden of college.
You’re separated or divorced and you hit the jackpot. What happens next? Find out below if you’ll have to share your winnings with your ex.
If you own a business with your spouse, valuing it will be one of the most complex issues in your divorce. Here are reasons why you should or shouldn’t settle.
Based on what kind of a divorce you file for, you don’t need your spouse to sign divorce papers. In all states, you can get a divorce whether your spouse signs the paperwork or not.
To ensure that you and your ex-spouse create a divorce settlement agreement that meets both of your needs and the needs of your children, follow these steps.
The divorce process doesn’t come with a “how-to” manual, and there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach. Here are 7 steps to help make it more manageable.
There are many things that go into the timing of a divorce once the petition is filed; here are 4 key factors that will affect how long it takes to get a divorce.
The role of Facebook in divorce is expanding thanks to a new law that allows a spouse to serve an absent spouse with a complaint for divorce.
Your divorce costs can run high if you aren’t prepared going into the divorce process. Follow these basic rules to help you save money in the long run.
There are three ways a consulting attorney or review counsel in your divorce mediation will save you time, money, and effort.