Tag Archives: Post-divorce

Social Security Benefits and Divorce

Divorces are never easy but can be even harder financially on elder persons, particularly when one spouse worked but the other one stayed home, worked part time, or just earned significantly less than the “bread-winner” spouse. Luckily, the spouse who … Continue reading

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Fault v. No-Fault Divorce

There are many theories on the value of having a fault vs. no fault divorce, and while many states no longer have divorces based on fault grounds, there are still states in which you can get a divorce on a … Continue reading

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Post-Divorce Mini Financial Checklist

So you got divorced. You have your property settlement agreement. You got your stuff. You are ready to start a new life. Unfortunately, before you can truly start a new beginning, first you still have to take care of a … Continue reading

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