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Joint Accounts During Divorce Process

How to Handle Join Accounts During the Divorce Process

Financial talks during a divorce are inevitable and handling joint accounts during the divorce process is one of the most important topics that you and your ex-partner should talk about. Once the divorce process starts, you and your ex-partner will have to settle how to distribute any of your joint…

August 18th, 2016 Divorce Process
Uncontested Divorce Doesn't Have to Be Friendly

An Uncontested Divorce Doesn’t Have To Be Friendly

In a recent article on Huffington Post, blogger Tracy Schorn took aim at the concept of “friendly divorce,” which is often used interchangeably with uncontested divorce, collaborative divorce, and amicable divorce. Schorn railed against what she described as “the smugness” of it all. “People divorce for good reasons, like infidelity,…

March 28th, 2014 Divorce Process
Divorce Missteps: Common Problems and How to Avoid Them

Divorce Missteps: Common Problems And How To Avoid Them

When a marriage ends — whether it’s via trial or uncontested divorce — emotions can take control and a number of bad decisions can be made. (Just browse through a bitterly divorced friend’s Facebook page if you don’t believe us.) However, finding common ground with each other throughout the process…

March 7th, 2014 Divorce Process
Facebook 'Will Hurt You' in Divorce

Facebook ‘Will Hurt You’ In Divorce, Says Attorney

Putting your life, in all its drama, on Facebook is a questionable practice during relatively normal periods, but it’s an especially bad idea when you use it as a source of emotional ventilation while the divorce papers are still in process. By now, it’s no big mystery that once something…

February 21st, 2014 Divorce Process
Things You Should Never Tell an Ex

Things You Should Never Tell An Ex, And What It Says If You Do

Author and certified family law specialist Stacy D. Phillips recently took aim at the 10 things you should never say to your ex after filing the divorce papers. In the article, Phillips recommends avoiding these comments at all costs: 10. I was never in love with you. 9. You look…

February 3rd, 2014 Divorce Process
How Uncontested Divorce Can Be Easier Late in Life

How Uncontested Divorce Can Be Easier Late In Life

Daryl Dragon and Toni Tennille, the music couple known as “The Captain & Tennille,” recently split up after 39 years of marriage. Tennille filed divorce forms through her attorney. The group’s smash hit “Love Will Keep Us Together” paid the bills for many years, and now it’s assisting in legal…

January 24th, 2014 Divorce Process
No-Fault Divorce

No-Fault Divorce: Is It Really Hurting America?

The Family Research Council has taken a hard line against no-fault divorce in a recent statement to promote a panel devoted to curbing the perceived divorce epidemic in the United States. The FRC wrote: “Families are torn in two, children grow up without a stable home or with a missing…

November 18th, 2013 Divorce and Children, Divorce Process
Uncontested Divorce Advantages Even if You Can't Talk Without Fighting

Uncontested Divorce: 4 Advantages You’ll Love Even If You Can’t Talk Without Fighting

Uncontested divorce happens frequently these days, but it still takes a back seat to fighting, bickering, and attorney expenses. There’s no question that if you want out of a marriage, and you want your life back, reducing conflict is the way to go. However, many spouses cannot let go of…

October 25th, 2013 Divorce Process
Defining Marital Property

Defining Marital Property: More Than Meets The Eye

Getting an uncontested divorce can be a simple and effective way to bring about the dissolution of your marriage. And while it can certainly speed along the process as a whole, there is one area where you want to slow down and take your time because it will ultimately determine…

September 23rd, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Process
Own A Company And File Divorce Papers

What Happens When You Own A Company And File Divorce Papers?

Building a successful business can be very challenging work. Keeping it that way when you or your spouse are ready to file divorce papers can be even tougher. That’s why today we’re turning to Melissa Gragg, a Missouri divorce valuation expert with Bridge Valuation Partners, for some advice on how…

September 16th, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Process

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