If you have lost your job or suffered a reduced income due to the current situation with the Coronavirus (or for any other reasons beyond your control) you may be able to substantially modify your alimony payments. Almost all alimony obligations are set out in either a contract or a court order. How your payments […]
Divorce causes many life changes, and selling your marital home is a common situation that many divorcing couples find themselves facing.
Breaking up with your former husband or wife can be rife with anger, hurt, resentment, and sadness. Keeping conflict to a minimum is the easiest way to make the divorce process smoother, though. Minimizing conflict also makes post-divorce life easier, especially if you have children and will be sharing custody.
Money is cited as the reason for many divorces and is even one o the primary issues that spouses argue about during divorce proceedings. This post contains some financial considerations to take into account if you are planning on divorce or are currently going through one.
If you’re separated but not legally divorced, you may be worried about what that means for you and your former spouse come tax time.