Monthly Archives: March 2023
Is Legal Separation Right For You?
It is always a red flag when you start dating someone who claims to be separated but not divorced, because the definition of “separated” is just too imprecise. Has the new beau filed for divorce from his wife? Do they live in separate households? If he sleeps in the basement while she stays in… Read More »
Public Service Announcement: Naming a Cockroach After Your Ex-Spouse Is Tacky
Spring takes on a whole new dimension when you are recently divorced or separated from your spouse. You might want to shower your family and friends with love and appreciation, ask your crush out on a date now that you are single, or just stay home and eat candy that has not tasted this… Read More »
Do Stay-At-Home Moms Have To Reenter The Workforce If They Get Divorced?
Marriage is more challenging than even the most poignant and insightful sermon at a wedding ceremony can express, but it is child’s play compared to the challenges of rebuilding your finances after divorce and co-parenting your children with your ex-spouse. If you were employed throughout your marriage, then at least your professional endeavors and… Read More »
3 High Net Worth Divorce Strategies That Are Sure To Backfire
Wealthy people are more likely to get married than their less affluent counterparts, and the divorce rate is lower among high-income couples, which is understandable, considering that financial stress can be a major source of marital conflict. The bad news is that, if you do get divorced, the more marital assets you own, the… Read More »