You know how difficult divorce sounds when you have many assets that you care for. You also know that it will probably be a time-consuming process to lay everything out that means something to you from rental property and retirement, to pension plans and stocks. Many people believe that they only have to worry about… Continue reading →
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What is Voluntary Impoverishment? What Can I Do?
Perhaps you have already gone through one of the most difficult parts of your divorce: the child support hearing. A time that you may have dreaded, wondering if your case would be treated fairly and you would get the results you were hoping for, you’re now feeling relaxed and ready to move forward. But then… Continue reading →
When You Are Going Through Divorce With an Unemployed Husband
Nowadays, mothers and fathers sometimes work, or one parent stays at home. Many years ago, it was rare to see stay-at-home fathers; however, as times change, this becomes a reality. Legally, unemployed husbands are entitled to the same considerations that an unemployed wife would be in the same situation. However, when it comes down to… Continue reading →
Child Support Myths: The Truth About Support Payments
There are many myths that are associated with child support. Because of this, sometimes you hear things about the child support process that are not necessarily true. Today we want to debunk these myths and help you understand the truth about the process so you can move forward with your case. What You Need to… Continue reading →
Could Your Spouse be Hiding Assets From You During Divorce?
You may be surprised to find out that spouses hide assets more than you could imagine. If you are going through divorce, you want to avoid being the victim of this type of fraud that can have an affect on the rest of your life. You want what is fair for both of you during… Continue reading →
Who is Paying for Things Around the House During Divorce?
Figuring out finances during divorce may be one of the most difficult parts of the entire process for you and your spouse. What happens if you have both decided to reside in the marital home until the divorce is finalized, which means that there are bills to be accounted for in the home? The payment… Continue reading →
The Reasons and Consequences Regarding Hiding Assets
When you are going through a divorce, you expect your spouse to be fair and they expect you to do the same. But what happens if one spouse decides to battle unfairly and hides assets? This can result in penalties and a negative divorce that you may have never expected. Reasons for Hiding Assets Let’s… Continue reading →
Division of Assets When You Are an Older Divorcing Couple
When you think of divorce, you probably picture a younger couple. However, this is not always the case, as sometimes older couples receive divorces as well. In fact, according to the Bowling Green State University, divorce rates for individuals 50 and older doubled between 1990 and 2010. A lot of these divorces happen to couples… Continue reading →
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 →