In an effort to retain some semblance of normalcy, it’s common to want to stay in the house that you are used to, especially if there are children involved. While it is tempting to want to lean on the something familiar like the family home, be aware that it may also be the most costly mistake you can make.
Despite the stereotypes around vindictive nasty divorces, my experience is that the vast majority of couples truly and sincerely want what’s fair for all involved.
Divorce can be overwhelming and frightening. Here are some ways to ensure that your financial future is not destined for disaster.
For numerous reasons, when going through a divorce or even thinking about it, you may wonder if your spouse is being honest with you about finances.
Even if you have handled your family finances for the entire marriage, you still need to be sure you understand your financial options as well as your legal ones.