When you have a large amount of debt, it can be difficult to imagine digging out from underneath it. If the debt was accumulated in a marriage, it may seem even more impossible to untangle. These are deep, roiling waters to navigate but you do not have to go it alone.
Socially distancing is difficult enough without it happening in the middle of a divorce. Here are five tips to help you get through this tough time.
Divorce can upend your entire world -- relationships change, you may need to move or sell your home, you’ll now be co-parenting your children. Taxes may be one of the last things on your mind, but it's crucial to think pragmatically about how your divorce will affect your tax status.
Follow these 10 golden rules to create a healthier, more amicable divorce and co-parenting future.
When marriages end, most couples have no roadmap for the next part — the divorce — and poor decisions made during divorce can follow you for the rest of your life.
Who gets the house? Splitting property is one of the most complex parts of a divorce. A divorce mediator can walk you through the process, providing the expertise you need to come to an equitable decision.
Even if you don’t feel like you need the “mediation” part of divorce mediation because you and your ex already have a plan to split things amicably, hiring a divorce mediator can “future-proof” your divorce so that you stay friends. No one can see into the future, but a good divorce mediator can help you plan for bumps in the far off distance.
How much will your divorce cost? While every divorce is unique, understanding the fee difference between attorney-managed divorces and divorce mediation will help you make the best decision for you.
Divorce mediation, while simpler than heading to divorce court, is still a new experience for most people. To better understand what is involved, follow these checklists to prepare.
When a divorce leads to a custody battle, children inevitably end up in the middle. In divorce court, each attorney is there to “fight” for their client, pitting you against the only other person your children love as much as you. In this type of battle, there will only be one “winner” and it won’t be your kids. How can you avoid this outcome?