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December 2017 Archives

Is a 'Gray Divorce' in your future?

While overall in the United States the divorce rate has leveled off or dropped, in the last three decades, the rate of divorces for those 51 and older has doubled. Moreover, it's even higher for those 66 and older. These findings were confirmed by sociologists at Bowling Green State University.

Home-selling tips for a couple going through divorce

Going through a divorce is stressful, emotional and overwhelming. You never know what your spouse will ask for, and it's likely you will be selling the family home. This makes the process even more upsetting. You have to say good-bye to everything you've built together as a couple. Following are some important tips for selling the home when you go through a divorce.

Consider all the options you have for debt relief

Christmas is just around the corner, which means that many people will start to get frightening credit card statements in the mail. This can be disastrous for your finances, but there are options to get out of debt. You must keep an open mind so that you can make the decisions that are best for your case.

How do I recover my life following a bankruptcy?

Having to file for bankruptcy is a big step in life. It's one that you likely never planned for and never imagined would happen. That doesn't mean that the bankruptcy should or will ruin your life or change it forever. So, how do you recover your life after filing for bankruptcy? Follow the tips outlined in today's post to make getting your life back easier.

How credit card debt can be a factor in divorce

New Hampshire is an equitable division state, meaning when a court must decide the allocation of property and debt in a divorce, it will do so in an equitable way. There is some wiggle room with the term "equitable," but in general, there are a few things you can expect when it comes to some types of credit card debt.

Tips for making joint child custody easy for all involved

Going through a child custody battle is never easy, even if both parents can agree on who will have custody. Even hearings that end in joint child custody being issued can sometimes be contested and filled with anger or resentment. Parents and children involved in joint custody arrangements can make the entire situation better by following the tips outlined in today's post.

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