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Blog Posts in October, 2017

  • Should I Divorce During the Holidays?

    || 30-Oct-2017

    Now that the holidays are quickly approaching, we’re entering that time of year where unhappy spouses begin to question themselves about the timing of their divorce. If you’re on the brink of divorce, you may be thinking, “Should I wait until after the holidays to file for divorce?” It depends on your situation. In our experience, the answer depends a lot on the ...
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  • Divorce & Taxes: What You Must Know

    || 23-Oct-2017

    Are you contemplating getting a divorce ? If so, you have a lot to think about. Depending on your circumstances, child custody, child support, spousal support, and property division are probably at the top of your mind. Taxes on the other hand, may be the last thing you’re thinking about. However, if you decide to get a divorce, it’s important that you know how divorce affects your ...
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  • Protecting Your Credit in Divorce

    || 16-Oct-2017

    As someone who’s about to get divorced, surely, you’ve heard horror stories about people whose credit was “ruined” because of their divorce. Is this possible? Yes, absolutely. Can it be prevented? Yes, for sure, if you play your cards right. It’s important to understand that divorce itself does not affect a person’s credit score. Unlike a bankruptcy, a ...
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  • 6 Social Media Don'ts During Divorce

    || 9-Oct-2017

    Even when you’ve agreed to have a no-fault divorce, it can still be an emotional rollercoaster. Most spouses will find a few close friends and family members to confide in, and that’s to be expected. Explaining your divorce over a bottle of wine or whisky or a cup of coffee is one thing, but airing your dirty laundry to 500 “friends” on Facebook is a whole other animal. We ...
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  • Divorce Considerations for Baby Boomers

    || 2-Oct-2017

    “At a time when divorce is becoming less common for younger adults, so-called ‘gray divorce’ is on the rise: Among U.S. adults ages 50 and older, the divorce rate has roughly doubled since the 1990s,” according to Pew Research Center. For the 65 and older crowd, “the divorce rate roughly tripled since 1990, “ Pew Research Center reported. If you’re in your ...
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