During divorce, you’ll need to calculate living expenses in order to fill out your Financial Affidavit. Here are the steps to easily calculate what you earn and spend each month.
For a few years after your divorce, it’s best to keep a close eye on all your documents, your bank statements, and most especially — your tax returns.
No matter how long or little you have been married, there’s a good chance you and your partner have acquired some debt. Here are some thoughts as you figure out how to divide debt during divorce.
A so-called “gray” divorce has unique financial impacts on both people that should not be taken lightly.
Divorce can get ugly. While some couples divorce peacefully, for others, it becomes a battle. Suspicion and mistrust become part of the game. Many people assume that when a spouse asks for divorce, he or she probably has money “stashed away somewhere.” Some hire private investigators to find it.
How much does divorce cost? The answer depends. But here is how to make sure your split is an expensive divorce.
Despite all the jokes about women leaving a marriage with cars, the house, and alimony, divorce is not often kind to women.
Divorce is chance to start anew for some, but it can also present financial problems. That’s where a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst can help.
Many couples who divorce split up money saved for retirement. This may lead to tricky situations for those who need the money now, but are too young to receive retirement benefits. So what do you do?
Finding answers about divorce is not always easy. Often, it requires phone calls and meetings with multiple professionals. Now women can gather these responses all at once – at a monthly divorce workshop in Raleigh called Second Saturday Wake County.