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.
If they have become your family, it may come as a shock to find out they de-friended you on Facebook and no longer take your calls. Here is how to cope with the awkwardness that may follow:
While not romantic, it’s often pragmatic to protect each side with a prenup in case the partnership later dissolves.
Money isn’t everything. But couples who reported disagreeing about finances at least once a week are more than 30 percent more likely to get divorced.