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WHY YOU SHOULD SPEAK WITH A FINANCIAL ADVISOR DURING A DIVORCE

If you are thinking of getting a divorce, you are probably already looking for an experienced family law attorney. The right attorney can help guide you through the legal rules and procedures that are inevitable parts of the divorce process. However, a family law attorney is not the only professional you should consider seeking help […]

UNDERSTANDING COMMON POST-DIVORCE INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT NEEDS

After a divorce, a person’s entire life goes into flux. In the immediate aftermath of a split, most people are focused on controlling the emotional damage and finding a way to navigate life as a single person. However, it is important to recognize that there are also financial affairs that require timely attention. When you […]

FOUR METHODS FOR OBTAINING AN ARIZONA DIVORCE

If you’re contemplating divorce, you’re probably feeling a bit overwhelmed by the enormity of the process. Not only do you have to adjust to a new, unmarried life, but you’ve also got to figure out how to divide your property and share your finances. If you have children, the process can be even more complicated. […]

FOUR TIPS FOR GETTING ORGANIZED BEFORE A DIVORCE

Divorce can be incredibly challenging. For most people, the end of a marriage is one of the most emotionally turbulent experiences they have ever had to go through. Unfortunately, this swell of emotions can lead people to make bad decisions, especially when it comes to complex topics like property division and spousal support. Most Phoenix divorce […]

COMMON PARENTAL PITFALLS IN CHILD CUSTODY CASES

The animosity between former spouses can clearly affect children. However, it can also affect the ability of parents to retain child custody and visitation rights. When parents display the following behaviors, it can endanger their position in the mind of a judge: Not spending enough time with the kids: Courts tend to award primary custody to the parent […]

GETTING DIVORCED? CHECK YOUR BENEFICIARY FORMS

Life insurance, bank accounts, savings bonds, and stocks are just some the financial instruments that may require beneficiary designations. After a divorce or other life changing event, like a marriage, birth of a child, or adoption, these designations may need correcting. Much of the careful work of future planning can be undone by a few inadvertent designations. […]

DIVORCE PLANNING IN 2012

Struggling with divorce can make the holiday season difficult. Navigating family get-togethers full of questions and trying to keep a brave face for any children involved are huge challenges in an unstable marriage. But try not to let the prospect of divorce get you down, as the calendar changes and a fresh start presents itself. […]

SETTLING A DIVORCE OUT OF COURT

The end of a marriage can be a difficult time for those involved. Trying to divide up a family and household can be painful. Having to go to court to do so may make the situation even worse. There are ways to settle a divorce outside the courtroom, including mediation. While not all couples can cooperate […]

SOCIAL NETWORKING’S IMPACT ON DIVORCE

Most people are familiar with the famous opening line of the Miranda warning that police read during an arrest: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say or do can and will be used against you…” While no such warning is given to spouses approaching divorce, if a warning was given, it would probably state: […]

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