Category Archives: Divorce
What’s an Uncontested Divorce?

Many couples may consider uncontested divorces, as they tend to be efficient in cost and time, and they’re typically less stressful than contested divorces. But how do you know if an uncontested divorce is right for you? Who’s a good fit for an uncontested divorce? Uncontested divorce is ideal for couples who wish to keep…

Surviving Your First Holiday Season After Divorce

With so many marriages ending in divorce, it’s no wonder that so many broken couples are struggling to enjoy the holiday season. Whether you go all-out for Thanksgiving and Christmas or tend to have a small get-together for the family, dealing with the holidays during a divorce can feel like a burden. You might even…

What is Uncontested Divorce

When a married couple wants to divorce, and they have no disagreements about the division of property, child support if applicable and spousal support, the couple will not need to go to court except to have the judge approve the divorce settlement at a Final Decree hearing. This is an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce…

Divorce Rate Over 50 Keeps Growing

As the Baby Boomer population ages, one might think that the divorce rate would go down as couples grow older, but the statistics tell a different story. When this generation was younger, there was an explosion of divorce happening, and it seems like those couples 50 and older are continuing that trend into 2012. Over…

Take Personal Control of Your Credit Accounts

The divorce process is often contentious, and it can certainly be overwhelming to have to deal with everything at once. Unfortunately, this is how future problems arise. There are a few certain pitfalls that you want to be absolutely sure to avoid throughout the divorce process, one of the biggest of which is the following:…

Dividing of the Assets

A divorce can be a very unique thing. On one hand, it is the ending of what was once “till death do you part,” but on the other hand it is the beginning of the rest of your life. The process, while often painful itself, can mark the end of years or even decades of…

How to Help Children Handle Divorce

If you were to ask anyone what it is like going through a divorce, even those who have no personal experience with it would tell you that it is difficult for everyone involved. Divorces are a period where everyone’s lives are permanently changing, requiring assets and time to be split, and moving to new houses…