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How can I receive divorced spousal benefits?

While it is something that many people give very little thought, the timing of a divorce is extremely important. Depending on your circumstances, when you divorce can affect everything from property division to your ability to receive divorced spousal benefits. This is just one reason why it's always important to talk with a family law attorney about the specifics of your situation and your available options before making the final decision to move forward with a divorce.

Man secretly divorces wife; she finds out 20 years later

Shortly after meeting each other at a friend's house, a man and woman were married in New York in 1994. Last November, the woman was concerned because her name wasn't on a tax bill for a one-bedroom Manhattan condo she thought the couple owned. A lawyer was hired to investigate and what he found out truly shocked her. Her husband had filed for divorce four short months after they wed. He filed for divorce in the Dominican Republic and kept it a secret.

High-asset divorce reaches $13.4 million settlement

After six years and legal battles in both Florida and Nova Scotia, the divorce between model Lisa Armoyan and real estate mogul Vrege Armoyan has finally been settled. According to reports, Lisa was awarded close to $13.4 million. The couple had been married for 16 years and had three children together prior to ending their relationship. The case was one for the record books with the family, civil and criminal courts involved to some degree at different times.

How the upcoming changes to the Texas Family Code affects you

While it may seem like the law is a dependable constant, the truth is that the Texas code changes on a regular basis as laws are added, removed and altered to reflect the changing times. Whether you are in the middle of a divorce or are thinking about separating from your spouse in the future, it's important to stay on top of the changes and what they could mean for you.

Divorce tips if your spouse drinks too much

Alcoholism is often connected to divorce. It can create all sorts of problems, such as an unsafe environment for children or a lack of communication between the two who are married. Often, those who are addicted to alcohol will know that it's a problem and they'll continue to drink too much anyway. They may be unable to stop.

Marriage can be a financial mistake

People often don't really think about finances when they get married, just thinking about love and romance instead. When they get divorced, though, finances can come heavily into play. For this reason, many people who have been divorced refer to that marriage as a major financial error—perhaps the biggest one that they have ever made.

Divorced women need to think about finances

Money issues are at the heart of almost every divorce, but some people fail to think about what their finances will look like when the dust settles. Anyone going through or contemplating a divorce would do well to take extra care with their current finances as well as financial planning, but women in particular may be at a higher risk of money problems after divorce.

Myths about divorce that you should forget today

Divorce can be complicated enough on it's own, and it's very important to understand the facts and legal steps that you have to take. The last thing you need are myths that are going to complicate the process even more or hold you back in any way. Below are a few myths you should put behind you right now if you're going to get divorced in Florida.

Military divorce and common concerns

Every divorce is different, and each comes with its own set of unique challenges to overcome. Military divorces are no different, but the issues you have to deal with may differ depending on whether you are currently in the military or are the spouse of a military member and are considering a divorce. Because of the specific issues these couples face when separating, it's important to get information on what to expect and how to protect your interests from those familiar with the ins and outs of military divorces.

Common mistakes people make when going through divorce

Mistakes can be costly when you're going through a divorce in Florida. You need to take the time to do your research, find out about all of your legal options, and make sure you don't overlook anything -- or do anything incorrectly -- so that you make things worse for yourself.

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