Divorce Process
What You Need To Know About Property Division: Why What’s Fair May Not Be Equitable

Property division during divorce is equitable in some states. What some don't realize is that equitable doesn't always mean fair. 


Should You Keep The Marital Home After Your Divorce?

The family home brings with it lots of emotions and it's understandable why one would want to keep the marital home after a divorce. But, should you? 


Most Marriages End With a Whimper, Not a Bang

Good people can ruin marriages. There isn't always a bad guy when it comes to divorce. That's why most marriages end with a whimper, not a bang. 


3 Ways To Keep Your Spouse From Hiding Money Before Divorce

How can you get the financial information out of your spouse’s head and onto paper before you file for divorce and find he has hidden assets?


4 Ways to Find Hidden Assets During Divorce

Are you going through a divorce and looking for hidden assets? Keep reading for 4 ways to find hidden assets during a divorce.


Social Security And Divorce: What Every Woman Should Know

Social Security is different for women who are divorced! Find out for certain if you can qualify for benefits on your ex-spouse.


10 Things Every Woman Needs To Know Before Getting Divorced

Getting divorced today is different. In the past, one’s only option was to hire an attorney and go through a long and often costly process. 


10 Ways To Keep The Cost Of Your Divorce Down

When dealing with the stress and heartache of divorce, it makes sense to ease the pain and burden to yourself by keeping down the cost of your divorce.


6 Baby Steps: Financial Planning In The Beginning Of Your Divorce

Simple financial planning early in your divorce can make the process a lot easier. Here are six tips to make the financial separation easier.


Bitter Divorce: Revenge Alimony And a Need For Some Women To Control Their Ex

Some ex-wives fight for revenge alimony as a means of financial "payback" for the pain and suffering they're convinced is their ex-husband's fault!


What Happens To Support Payments If You Or Your Ex Is Disabled?

What happens to support payments after divorce if you or your ex-spouse become disabled or, unable, for some reason to work and pay?


Finance Lessons I Learned When Divorcing a Narcissist

Divorce in ,general, is hard, but when divorcing a narcissist, there are things you need to watch out for financially when divorcing a narcissist. 


He Cheated, She Has To Pay Alimony: What The Hell?

Times, they are changing. More and more men are receiving alimony and more and more women are screaming about how unfair it is.   


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