Marriage is an exciting time for couples as they begin to plan for their future together. However, it can also be difficult to openly and honestly answer many questions which will arise with your partner. This is particularly the case when it comes to financial security, if the marriage ends in divorce. With the rising trend of people putting off marriage until later in life, individuals have more assets which they accrued before marriage. Without some written agreement in place, these premarital assets may be considered in a divorce settlement.
Finances make up a large portion of almost every divorce. Navigating the many questions that come up regarding your financial future during a divorce can seem daunting. These books are all meant to help guide you down the path to financial security and financial freedom post-divorce. Each book covers a unique range of topics, so find the best one for your situation and get started preparing for your financial future.
After a divorce, you may want or need to the recharge your career or re-enter workforce. If you have taken time off to caring for children or put your career on hold for any reason, the transition can be daunting.
Planning a post-divorce vacation? These tips will help you to stay safe and make the most of your solo adventure!
If you have seen Netflix’s “Marriage Story”, you can see how a divorce can become messy for both parties. Like many couples, Charlie and Nicole, initially want to resolve their differences amicably but get pulled apart further during the settlement process.
Finding the balance in any new co-parenting relationship can be challenging and stressful. For parents of children with special needs, it can be even more complicated as you try to reduce any disruptions to your child’s care during the transition. Putting the complicated emotions that led to your divorce aside and working with your former spouse to create a comprehensive care plan can help achieve the mutual goal of providing the best care for your child possible.
Filing your taxes can be confusing for anyone. When you are divorced, a new layer of finances is added to the mix. This can add a new layer of confusion, making it difficult to file your taxes on your own.
Parenting is challenging and those issues can become even more difficult after separation or divorce. Good co-parenting relationships positively impacts children. Here are some strategies we found to be effective.
Finding love after divorce is a wonderful feeling. You’re opening your heart and your family to someone new which opens a whole new world of possibilities. There are many ways to approach blending your new family unit. We’ve found these strategies to be especially helpful when establishing your new blended family.
If you have recently divorced, you might be feeling like you have lost your spark, or maybe you just need a little boost. Whatever it is that has you feeling out of sync, these tips can help you get your “groove” back after divorce.