It’s extremely common for one partner to move away, sometimes far away. Maybe housing is too expensive. Maybe they take a new job. Maybe they just want a fresh start. However, where they settle, when they move, and why they move, each has a material impact on a divorce decree or separation agreement, especially if children are involved. Let’s look at a few different considerations to see how distance, time, and intent all affect separations and resolutions.
it’s clear that divorce can be costly—and often at the worst possible time. Let’s look at ways to keep your costs down, while still reaching the resolution you desire.
During a marriage, couples can accumulate a lot of things. One of the first questions when divorce arises is: What do I get to keep?
Splitting retirement savings during a divorce can seem complicated, but with due diligence and professional help, you can divide your accounts cleanly, fairly, and legally.
As difficult as divorce is for the couple involved, it can seem devastating to their children. Here are 7 keys to making your divorce easier on your children.
For many partners, assets such as a house can take on outsized emotional value, while subjects like alimony can become deeply personal. Factor in feelings of anger or resentment, and it’s easy to see why many partners fail to remain clear-eyed with their finances.