Menu

protecting your family during a divorce


Why You Should Keep Your Family Home When Divorcing Late In Life

Real estate property is always considered a gem of an asset, those who are divorcing should not automatically fight to keep their primary residence. Multiple factors, such as the ability to afford and maintain the home, come into play. The exception is if you are divorcing in your sunset years; in such a case, you stand to gain a lot by keeping the marital home. Here are some of those potential gains: Read More 

Midcentury Modern Divorce: Understanding Divorce After 50

Divorce comes at all ages and times, but for those in their 50's and older it can mean identifying and dealing with some unique situations. If you are considering parting ways with your partner and you fall into that age group, you should take steps now to protect your financial interests. You may be nearing the end of your income producing years, so read on to learn more.  Social Security Read More 

Why You Should Write Your Will Sooner Rather Than Later

Many people think that they are too young or too healthy to worry about a time in their life where their health may fail or they may need to have a last will and testament. However, if anything is true about life, it is that nothing is certain and everything is unpredictable. There are many reasons that you should consider writing your will sooner rather than later. Get to know more about some of these reasons so you can be sure you are doing the right thing for you and your possessions. Read More 

A Guide To Divorce Law

To be certain that you get through a divorce in a way that protects your belongings and gets you quickly on the road toward healing, it is important to handle your legal matters. The work of a divorce attorney is critical in this case because these attorneys are skilled at getting you the best results from any divorce case. By looking into the tips presented in this article, you'll have the help that you need to move forward with your divorce so that you can eventually get past it. Read More 

3 Easy Ways To Protect Your Belongings From A Vengeful Ex During A Messy Divorce

In a perfect world, when two people decide to part ways and get a divorce, the decision would be amicable and peaceful. Unfortunately for a lot of couples, there is nothing peaceful or amicable about the decision to part ways. Hurt feelings, anger, and negativity can lead to everything from big arguments to damaged property. If this is a situation you are facing, you will no doubt want to do everything you can to protect your belongings so that restarting your life does not mean you will have to invest in all new furniture, clothing, and personal belongings. Read More 

About Me

protecting your family during a divorce

Going through a divorce is hard enough, but to have to deal with all of the exasperating issues that come with going through a divorce when children are involved makes matters worse. When my ex-husband and I decided that it was time to move forward from a separation to a divorce, it took a while for us to actually make the move. This blog was created using my own personal experiences. You will learn what you need to do to protect your kids and your family from the terrible things that can happen during a divorce when there are children involved.

Latest Posts

Why You Should Keep Your Family Home When Divorcing Late In Life
26 April 2018

Real estate property is always considered a gem of

Midcentury Modern Divorce: Understanding Divorce After 50
26 January 2018

Divorce comes at all ages and times, but for those

Why You Should Write Your Will Sooner Rather Than Later
8 November 2017

Many people think that they are too young or too h

A Guide To Divorce Law
1 August 2017

To be certain that you get through a divorce in a

3 Easy Ways To Protect Your Belongings From A Vengeful Ex During A Messy Divorce
15 June 2017

In a perfect world, when two people decide to part

Archive