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  • Managing Finances After Divorce

    Managing Finances After Divorce

    Filing for divorce and getting rid of a miserable, annoying, or useless partner can be freeing. You are now on your own. You have the freedom to do what you want without needing anyone else’s approval. However, life after divorce is not all fun and games. Instead of two people living in one household, there

  • What You can Lose in a Divorce

    What You can Lose in a Divorce

    Ending a marriage is difficult for most people because the act of divorce signifies a sense of loss and failure. You gave up on your marriage and now you are losing your spouse—who may have been a part of your life for 10, 20, 30 or more years. While losing your spouse is probably the

  • Social Security and Divorce: What You Need to Know

    Social Security and Divorce: What You Need to Know

    If you are near retirement age, you may be thinking about Social Security. Social Security can seem like a complicated system. You pay into it over time, but then what happens? At what age can you receive these benefits? When do you reach full retirement? How much will you receive? What will happen if you

  • Why Divorcing Over the Age of 50 can be Devastating

    Why Divorcing Over the Age of 50 can be Devastating

    In the past, couples spent their golden years basking in the glow of retirement. They would spend their days playing golf or tennis or sitting in their rocking chairs on the front porch, without a care in the world. This is no longer the case for many couples with plans to retire in the near

  • Questions to Ask Yourself Before Filing for Divorce

    Questions to Ask Yourself Before Filing for Divorce

    It is not uncommon for a married couple to have a heated argument, with one person threatening divorce. A person may use the threat of divorce as a way to get his or her spouse to straighten up and admit a wrong. Most people do not go through with divorce at that moment, but some

  • How Children are Affected by Divorce: A Year-by-Year Guide

    How Children are Affected by Divorce: A Year-by-Year Guide

    A divorce can be stressful for a couple, but the parents often forget that such an event can be devastating for children, as well. It can be hard to tell the children that their mother and father will be separating and no longer living in the same house. The family is splitting up and the

  • Benefits of a Divorce

    Benefits of a Divorce

    Mention the word “divorce” and you are likely to get sympathy from those around you. Whether you have gone through a divorce yourself or know someone who has, you are probably aware that ending a marriage can be a stressful situation. If you are considering one, expect that people may try to talk you out

  • Should You Change Your Name After a Divorce?

    Should You Change Your Name After a Divorce?

    When women marry, they tend to change their last name by taking on their husband’s surname. Some do not change their names at all, continuing on with the names they were given at birth. For most women, deciding whether or not to change their last name at marriage is not a major decision. They have

  • Divorcing While Pregnant in Florida

    Divorcing While Pregnant in Florida

    Divorce and pregnancy are two very emotional times in one’s life. Unfortunately, there are times when a woman will want to divorce while she is pregnant, or her husband will initiate the divorce during this time. A pregnancy is supposed to be a happy time for a married couple. So why would any couple decide

  • Divorce or Bankruptcy: Which Comes First?

    Divorce or Bankruptcy: Which Comes First?

    As if divorce was not complicated enough, some couples decide to throw bankruptcy into the mix. The two processes are completely separate. A divorce ends a marriage, while bankruptcy eliminates debt. However, they both have one thing in common: They allow a person to walk away with a clean slate, so to speak. With a