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What to Know About Child Support Laws in Texas

Child support laws in Texas similar to Texas Child Custody Laws are a necessary reading for anyone who is considering or planning to file for divorce. Divorce entails a long, hard process, and lack of information can only make the entire process more difficult. Child support after divorce is unavoidable…

August 31st, 2016 Child Support, Divorce and Finances

The Best Way to Handle Spousal Support Negotiation

Spousal support negotiation or alimony is a concept derived from the circumstance of our historical roots. Old English law required that a husband support his ex-wife because in those times, women could not own property or work for a living. Without spousal support, the women would be reliant on government…

August 17th, 2016 Spousal Support
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What to Know About Child Support Laws in California

When divorce is imminent, one of the first concerns of the parties involved is usually child support laws. This is where the nightmare begins, right? It doesn’t have to be that way. The absolute best thing you can do for yourself as you traverse a divorce is get all the…

July 27th, 2016 California divorce, Child Support

What are the Alimony Divorce Laws in the State of California?

Alimony and divorce laws that legally dictate which spouse is entitled to certain financial assistance have changed substantially over the years. If you are married to someone who makes more money than you, and you have become accustomed to a certain type of lifestyle, alimony can be a useful entity…

July 20th, 2016 California divorce, Spousal Support

Rich Dad, Poor Mom: Read This Son’s Moving Example Of His Mom’s Struggles

We don’t often share a lot of personal stories about how divorce affects people, but what we’re about to share really resonates because it highlights the key challenges that women often face in a divorce. While there are some cases where the opposite could be true, more women take on…

May 13th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Divorce and Finances

Divorce Costs: Why They’re Going Up

The cost associated with your decision to file for divorce can be manageable or expensive depending on how you want to handle it. For most, the price of a divorce is one of the more expensive they will face in a lifetime, and it’s all because of mistakes that one…

January 26th, 2015 Divorce and Finances

3 Big Financial Areas That Need Your Attention After Divorce

When you file for divorce, you have a lot on your plate, and that can make you rather short-sighted when it comes to finances. But as soon as you get your bearings back, you need to turn your attention to finances, because it can be a pretty major indicator of…

January 9th, 2015 Divorce and Finances, Life After Divorce

Child Custody And Support Payments: What You Need To Know

One of the major points of contention when couples decide to file for divorce is child custody. While one ends up as the custodial parent under normal circumstances and another is left to pay for child support, it’s never as simple in practice as it is in theory. This is…

October 29th, 2014 Child Custody, Child Support

Money Mistakes And Divorce

The most common reason people decide to file for divorce is financial, so it should really come as no surprise that they make a lot of financial mistakes when they’re going through the process. Money matters can grow even more common during divorce because the situation too often becomes emotionally…

April 28th, 2014 Divorce and Finances

Yours, Mine, And Ours: What Do You Really Bring To The Marriage?

Recently, NerdWallet took aim at the issue of how couples talk about money, citing three questions “that can save your relationship.” While each point is well-taken and definitely worth a read — especially considering that money issues are some of the biggest reasons people file for divorce — we wanted…

April 4th, 2014 Divorce and Finances, Marriage Problems & Advice

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