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Divorce

Is the end of summer also the end of your marriage?

If your marriage has been troubled for a while, you may want to brace yourself: The end of summer is also typically the end of a lot of rocky marriages. Research has shown for a while now that there’s a sudden spike in new divorce filings every August. Why does this...

2 tips to make your divorce easier

The end of a marriage can be acrimonious, and dealing with each other may be incredibly challenging for you and your spouse alike. While fighting over every last thing may seem valid at the time, the question to ask yourselves is, will it seem like a good use of your...

What happens to gifts during a divorce?

When you and your spouse started the paperwork to get a divorce, one question you had in your mind was what you were going to be able to protect for yourself. Which of your assets would not be at risk upon divorcing? You’d received many gifts from your spouse over the...

Young couples often divorce, but why?

If you look into divorce statistics, you’ll find out that being young when you get married makes you statistically more likely to get a divorce. You may legally be allowed to get married at 18, for example, but marrying your high school sweetheart shortly after...

High-conflict divorce? Here’s how you can cope

There are few things worse in life than having someone you once loved deeply turn around and start causing serious conflicts with you. If your spouse has asked for a divorce and is causing conflicts, it’s important for you to address your concerns and start taking...

Is it time to terminate spousal support payments?

Divorce comes with so many changes. Besides the obvious change in your marital status, divorce can also impact your finances. Transitioning from a two-income household to a one-income household can take a toll on most couples, especially if one party has no source of...

Should you ask for your alimony as a lump sum?

You know that you're going to need spousal support, or alimony, after the divorce. When you and your spouse got married, you had to quit your job to move to be near them and to raise the children. It's now been 15 years and you haven't worked at all. Once you get...

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