Starting the conversation about a prenuptial agreement can be awkward, but it’s an important one to have.
Divorce has drastic financial implications no matter your age, but couples approaching retirement face a number of unique potential pitfalls.
Where money comes from in a marriage has a lot to do with who gets it in a divorce. How does this impact a personal injury settlement?
There are 2 types of property division. There is community property, which means the state views all property and debts acquired during a marriage as belonging equally to both spouses. There is also separate property, meaning it belongs to one spouse or the other.
Sweat equity can increase the value of shared assets, which often impacts divorce settlements.
Life insurance policies can be one of the more delicate knots to untie in divorce and oftentimes get overlooked when ending a marriage.
Your ex may be tempted to hide assets during the divorce. Here are some signs this may be going on. These don’t automatically mean that’s the case, but if you see one or more of these, it might be worth closer examination.
The division of property plays a big role when it comes to ending a marriage, but it’s also important to know how courts treat shared debt in divorce.
Divorce is expensive, that’s not a surprise, but how much should you expect to pay?
Moving out of a shared home can have a negative impact on your divorce in a number of ways. It’s important to know the impact this decision can have.