On an emotional level, it can be difficult to realize that divorce is probably the best option for you - especially when children are involved.
We frequently discuss issues of property division in divorce cases in this blog. But the other side of the coin - dividing debt - should not be forgotten.
Let's pick up the thread we began developing last week about premarital agreements.
Over the course of a marriage, both spouses get used to a certain financial status and quality of life. Of course, introducing divorce into the mix will undoubtedly change things, but soon-to-be ex-spouses can work to create a settlement that minimizes the financial impact of divorce as much as possible.
One of the ongoing threads that we attend to in this blog is the causes of divorce.
The brevity of the shorthand term "prenup" belies the fact that there is no standard type of prenuptial agreement.
Let's continue the discussion we started in part one of this post on forensic accounting in divorce cases.
Fed by a constant stream of pop songs, romantic views of marriage remain strong in America. Most people want to marry for love, not for money.
Money and child custody questions often go hand in hand.