You have probably considered all of your assets before you even made the decision to file for divorce. But now that things have become more real and the end goal is in mind, you have to consider many other aspects – including your retirement accounts. Retirement accounts are generally viewed as marital assets and, because… Continue reading →
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Asset Division in Divorce: How Does the Process Work?
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 →
Should I Keep the House When Going Through a Divorce?
When you are going through divorce, the one thing you probably yearn for is stability in your life. This is why, when many people are faced with the difficult decision of keeping their house, they are unsure of which direction to turn. There are some important decisions for you to consider when you are going… 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 →
Alimony Does Not Necessarily End Upon Retirement
Many people have the misconception that when they retire from their career, they no longer have to pay alimony to their ex spouse. This is not always the case, and before you stop your alimony payments you should research the matter in your own specific case. In divorce proceedings, mediated divorces, collaborative divorces, or negotiated… Continue reading →
Your Divorce is Final, Now What?
After your divorce is finalized, you might be overwhelmed or confused, and you may be unsure of what steps to take next. There are many relevant issues to consider after your divorce; issues regarding taxes, insurance, child support, and your assets should all be taken into account. If possible, you might want to consult a… Continue reading →