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  • Blog Post: 7 Things You Should do Before Asking For a Divorce

    Planning for your divorce is important. After spending years with someone else, parts of your life become entwined with your significant other-- finances, belongings, and children, not to mention your self. That being said, when you know it's time to part ways for whatever reason, you should begin...
  • Blog Post: Pre-Divorce Budgets

    Budget is not a four letter word and you shouldn't let one scare or intimidate you. Unfortunately, many of us have never created a budget, or worse yet, have no idea what our financial situation is prior to divorcing. If you are preparing for divorce, determining a pre-divorce budget is essential...
  • Blog Post: Sharing Your Kids for the Holidays

    The holidays are right around the corner. For those of us who are going through or have been through a divorce with kids in tow, this can be a tough time of year. Remembering what the holidays used to be like when we were married often gives way to weak moments and mental breakdowns as we learn to share...
  • Blog Post: The Ins & Outs of Insurance after a Divorce

    With so many things to think about as you go through a divorce, insurance policies may slip your mind. This is one detail you won't want to miss, as it could cost you and potentially your kids. Think about all the insurance you may have: medical insurance, life insurance, automobile insurance, and...
  • Blog Post: Know Your Assets

    Last week we discussed "3 Financial Details You Won't Want to Miss." To assist you in your information gathering phase, here is a checklist of possible assets you and your soon-to-be ex may have. While not everything may apply to you and your situation, this should help you get started...
  • Blog Post: 3 Financial Details You Don't Want to Miss

    As you prepare to meet with your attorney or sit down for the "talk" with your soon-to-be ex, you will need to have all your ducks in a row, figuratively speaking. As a married couple, you are sure to have assets, debt, and liabilities together; find out what they are. Ignoring them won't...
  • Blog Post: 7 Ways to “Save” Yourself After Divorce

    No one said it was going to be easy financially after a divorce, and by now you may be figuring out that it's downright difficult! While there were two incomes before, now there is only one, and the bills still need to get paid. For many of us, this means an entire lifestyle change. So what can you...
  • Blog Post: 5 Smart Financial Moves to Make after Divorce

    We all know times are tough and going through a divorce is never easy. Under the best of circumstances, divorce can take a toll on you financially. But now, more than ever, it is important to make decisions with a sound mind and not out of anger, for both you and your soon to be ex. The good news is...
  • Blog Post: How can social networking impact your divorce?

    With the rise of social media in today's society, it is no wonder that its effects come in to play in today's divorce proceedings. Social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn can provide anyone the ability to dig in to your personal life-- including potential employers, debt...
  • Blog Post: Consider your options when it comes to divorce

    As I begin the journey through my second divorce, I find myself older and wiser than the first time around. I am doing considerably more research, including knowing my options when it comes to the proceedings. With our current economic conditions, everyone is looking to save a buck, including me! Here...
  • Blog Post: Finding a good divorce lawyer, your finances may thank you!

    As I begin the tedious process of filing for divorce, finding a good divorce lawyer ranks up there with the same importance as obtaining childcare or finding a good mechanic-- you don't want just anyone, you want someone you can trust! If you're like me, you rely on word of mouth and someone...
  • Blog Post: Life Just Threw Me a Curve Ball Named Divorce

    Divorce. It is not something you plan for or expect to have happen as you stand at the preverbal alter and pledge your life to someone, but sometimes it just does. As I write this my second divorce is in the works, just eight months in. It certainly never thought I would be here 8 months ago, but sometimes...
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