People often hear about “divorce papers” or contact a divorce lawyer when they receive documents from either their ex or ex’s attorney. But the term “divorce papers” can mean a few different things.
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.
You might be excited to move into life with your new partner, but his or her children may not be so thrilled. How can you create a loving, blended family?
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.
Divorce is likely the most intense breakup you’ve ever experienced. Try tracking down some of these five things to make each day a little easier.
Divorce is very difficult for children, who have trouble with change and loss. Telling them about your divorce is a big deal, and a lot of thought should go into how and when that happens.
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.
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.
Even if you’re not sure about changing your name after divorce, it’s best to at least have the option. Here is how to legally make sure you can revert to your maiden name.