Show up prepared: Learn the four issues included in most divorce settlement agreements.
If you are not yet divorced, you can still file taxes jointly. But should you? Learn the pros and cons of filing taxes jointly or as married filing separately.
If a divorce doesn't land in front of a judge, is it legally binding? What happens if one party doesn't hold up their end of the separation agreement? What if circumstances change and one party wants the agreement amended? These are common questions for anyone who wants to avoid a lawyer-driven divorce.
How exactly does spousal support work? Read our 9 FAQs to learn the basics so that you’re better prepared during your divorce proceedings.
When you get divorced, where you divorce matters. Each state has unique rules that can affect how long the process takes, the paperwork involved, how property is divided, and other matters. Here are five facts about divorce in California that can help you prepare for your divorce.
How can you negotiate a divorce settlement agreement that makes sense today and for years to come? Lean the ingredients of a strong divorce settlement agreement.
When beginning the divorce process, many people consider the cost of the actual divorce – mediation services, lawyer fees, paperwork costs. But what you may not have considered is the importance of establishing and documenting budgets pre- and post-divorce.
Just because you're getting divorced, it doesn't mean you have to give up custody of your beloved pet. Find out how divorce mediation can help you and your ex negotiate a pet co-ownership agreement that you can both live with.
In an ideal world, you’ll only ever have to shop for a divorce mediator once. Choose the right one with this list of the six things to look for in a good divorce mediator.
If divorce is inevitable, it’s time to start envisioning the future—and that includes a custody agreement. Begin by Iearning these common custody terms.