Posts Tagged ‘expenses’

A Woman’s Perspective: What You Should Know About Divorce

One of the things that people fail to realize going through a divorce is that, because divorce can be rough, it can be time-consuming and complicated. There are many mistakes that a client makes when they are considering divorce or are in the process of finalizing divorce, as they assume that everything will be okay… Continue reading →

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Coparenting: How to Share Parenting Expenses After Divorce

Sometimes, coparenting can lessen stress. Other times, it could add to it when you are at a crossroads with your ex and aren’t sure where to turn. One of the things that many couples, especially divorcing or divorced couples fight about, are issues involving money. Many parents may struggle at first to understand how they… Continue reading →

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How Viable are Cohabitation Agreements? Are They for me?

Marriage is a legal contract between two people and, for people who do not want this option, cohabitation agreements exist. Unmarried couples need the same option to be able to create a contract amongst themselves that will define rights and obligations that each partner owes to one another. These contracts help you understand one another… Continue reading →

Divorce and Childcare: Who Pays for it?

Let’s face it: Childcare can be expensive. Depending on your circumstances, fully paying for daycare costs may not be within the realm of possibility, which is where it becomes an issue. Because of this possibility, the courts must make considerations regarding who will pay for the childcare. With any child support determinations, the income or… Continue reading →

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Court Considerations When Determining Spousal Support

When you and your spouse have discussed divorce in depth, you may feel as if it is time to make the giant leap into a new life. However, you may also be concerned about how you will support yourself. In the midst of divorce, finances will be a lot different. What happens if your spouse… Continue reading →

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Best Tips for Men in the Midst of Divorce

Men face many dilemmas in the midst of divorce aside from financial turmoil. Yes, what they face on a daily basis is an emotional trauma that one cannot understand until they have experienced divorce firsthand. A man may have many financial complications after they have received notice that a divorce is in action. However, emotions… Continue reading →

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Protection During Your Divorce: Lawsuits, Assets, and More

If you are in the midst of a divorce, you may be concerned about the assets that your ex-spouse will try to touch. Unfortunately, if you have many joint assets together, you may find yourself spinning in circles in an attempt to safeguard what you own. In some cases, a lawyer may suggest that you… Continue reading →

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Receiving Spousal Support – The Duration Timeline

When you are in the midst of a divorce, spousal support may be one of the points of interest on your mind. Let’s say that you are somebody who has been out of the working world for quite some time – how will you survive financially on your own? To some extent, this is why… Continue reading →

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Budgeting your money

Divorce is not an easy process to go through.  With it not only comes changes in emotions and daily lifestyle, but divorce also brings changes in finances.  You no longer have two salaries to depend. It is important to work out a budget and stick to it in order to take control of any situation… Continue reading →

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Paying for your child’s college education

Child support does not always end at the age of 18.  What happens if the child wants to attend college?  Who pays for college-related expenses? It is important for a child to continue with his or her education.  Courts agree that a child needs a college education today.  Many divorce agreements have a provision for… Continue reading →

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