Changing your name marks a new beginning or a return to the former you; it may not only make you feel better, it may give you a much needed fresh start.
After spending years with someone else, parts of your life become entwined with your significant other-- finances, belongings, and children, not to mention you're self.
If you are preparing for divorce, determining a pre-divorce budget is essential.
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
You have had your oops moment and receive notice that your default APR has been activated. Your default APR is the interest rate applied to a portion of your credit card balance when you do not follow the terms and conditions of your credit card agreement.
Going through a divorce is certainly financially draining, but it can also cause severe emotional distress.
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.
If you are seeking legal help, your attorney will most likely request this information; if you are going it alone, you definitely want to be prepared for negotiation.
Deal with these details now so you can make a clean break and save yourself financial headaches down the road.
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!
ooking at what I have on hand and my list, I have some work to do. Knowing I am not financially able to spend my usual $500 on Christmas I am going to have to tap into my creative side. Luckily for all of us I have some ideas!
The good news is that there are smarter and better ways to deal with divorce in times of financial distress. It may not be what you want, but it may help keep you and your ex-spouse from drowning in debt.
Divorce can be devastating both emotionally and financially, but knowing what to do to protect yourself may make the difference between losing your mind and all you have worked hard for.
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 collectors, and your ex's attorney.
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.
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!
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.