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June 2019 Archives

Do's and don'ts: Talking to your child after divorce

The legal process of a divorce is to help spouses end their relationship as smoothly as possible. However, the last thing that either spouse wants is for their relationship with their children to dissipate as well. Divorce is difficult for both parents and children and it can cause strain in a family's relationships.

Financial Considerations for Couples Divorcing Near Retirement

The rate of divorce among adults over 50 has skyrocketed over the last twenty-five years, rising by 109%, according to the Pew Research Center. Whether it is due to increased financial independence for women or longer, healthier lives due to better healthcare, it seems this trend is unlikely to go away.

Should you keep the marital residence after divorce?

house-2492054_1280.pngWhen going through a divorce and dealing with property division, one of the most difficult things to deal with can be the marital residence. How this asset is handled varies from couple to couple. Some couples choose to sell it and split the net proceeds.Others choose to have one spouse keep the home and buy out the other spouse's share. Some couples leave it to one spouse and compensate the other spouse with different assets equal to his or her share in the property.

Why you should have a custody agreement

siblings-862967_1920.jpgThere's no question that divorce is a process that requires heavy involvement from both you and your ex-spouse. While you may want to get the whole thing over with as quickly as possible, it's important not to skip steps. By the time you and your spouse reach an agreement on issues like property division and spousal support, you've already resolved many important issues.

Tips for repairing self-esteem after divorce

Where do you rank your emotional well-being during a divorce? Chances are most people are more concerned with making their court dates, negotiating spousal support and property division agreements, and paying for their divorce than their emotional health. These things are important, but the end of a marriage can take a difficult emotional toll that you should not ignore.

Insurance coverage after divorce part 2: Life insurance

In our last post, we began a discussion about maintaining health insurance coverage after divorce. Many people don't realize that you can directly address medical coverage and cost issues in a separation agreement or other divorce settlement document. Doing so is a wise idea to ensure that you maintain coverage for yourself and your children.

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