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March 2017
One of the first things you need to realize about your divorce is that it isn’t like anyone else’s divorce. Advice from friends or family members who have been through it can be helpful, but no one else has your unique set of circumstances, reasons, relationships and a whole host of other factors. These factors...
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You’ve been planning your vacation for a year. The tickets are bought, you already asked for time off work and your kids are looking forward to it. Now, though, you and your spouse have been fighting and talking about a divorce. Since you’re going to split up, is it still wise to go on the...
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During your marriage, it’s safe to assume that you make a variety of important financial decisions alongside your spouse. While this is commonplace, every move you make will impact you in the event of a future divorce, so tread carefully. Sometimes, there is more to property division than meets the eye. For example, you may...
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Divorce may not be easy. You may want it, you may be glad to get out of the relationship, and it can still be hard. These tips can help you get through the process: 1. Don’t forget about your support network. Trying to go through it alone makes it even harder. Friends and family will...
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Maybe you and your ex started out doing well with your child custody plan right after your divorce. Over the next two years, though, things started to fall apart. You have a lot of concerns, and you think you’ll probably wind up back in court, debating what is really best for the child. If so,...
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You and your spouse are splitting up, and you get to choose if you want your alimony payments to be spread out in monthly installments or if you want it all paid up front, as a lump sum. Your spouse has the money to do either one. Obviously, there are some potential downsides to the...
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