For many, pets are just as much as a part of the family as any humans in the house. So what happens to that pet when the family splits up during divorce?
Money is always part of divorce, no matter how much money you make. But the focus on money often turns it into a proxy for other things.
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.
During divorce, parents often fight for child custody. But sometimes, they are fighting a battle without understanding what “custody” really means. Learn the different options so you and your ex can have a level discussion.
Divorce makes such an impact on your emotional self. This enormous wave crashes into you and there is no escape. You can only swim through and hope there is a nice beach with shady trees on the other side.
Choosing the right divorce attorney for you and your process will make it easier and help you settle with your spouse equitably.
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.
Grandparents are often not thought of at the start of the divorce process, but they can play a large role as things move forward.
A lot of the questions many people have about divorce surround child support. Who is going to pay for what?