The American Rescue Plan can mean thousands more dollars for your children and create significant negotiating tools for your divorce.
You may not have a fortune like Bill & Melinda Gates, but you do have a personal fortune that will have to be split when you divorce.
Empower yourself financially after your divorce and take charge of your money. The best way to do that is by planning, then creating an honest budget.
The Holidays shine the spotlight on marital troubles. But since no one wants to plan a divorce during the holidays, you just have to make it through and then you can get serious about your next steps.
Social distancing has given many couples facing divorce or separation time to evaluate what they want to do next.
If you’re thinking of tying the knot, you need to take steps to protect both the bride and groom’s financial assets before you marry.
If your family looks very different from tax time last year and you expect a Covid -19 stimulus check, you may need help to make sure it is deposited to the right place.
Is marital debt preventing you from seeking your new beginning? There are many creative ways to handle financial issues and overcome marital debt when facing a divorce.
Even if you decide that you are separating, you just have to make it through these last days of the year before you can get serious about your divorce.
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