Divorce is an emotional event in life. But it’s also a legal and financial one. That’s why it’s important to detach your emotions from the process, at least during times when you are thinking about finances or discussing the separation with your spouse. Here are four divorce mistakes that might affect your financial future: Mistake #1
One of the Second Saturday divorce workshop therapists answers a tough question: How do we go about co-parenting?
If you’re about to go through divorce, you may be wondering about alimony.
Here is the breakdown on alimony and how it works.
Social Security benefits are one of many things that change if you and your spouse divorce. Here is what to know.
At our divorce workshop, a therapist discusses the emotional side of divorce. Here are some common Q&As, including how to protect children during divorce.
If you’ve never been to court before, you might be expecting television drama. In reality, a child custody hearing is much more quiet.
If you’re the one instigating a separation, take some time to prepare.
Going through divorce isn’t easy. Here is a list of resources to provide you with more support.
Of course an affair has a large emotional impact on the separation from your spouse, but it can also have legal ramifications.
Merging your financial life with your spouse seemed easy — and even fun. But untangling your bank accounts, credit reports, mortgage, credit cards, and more can be difficult.