Changes in tax law regarding alimony will likely make financial planning for divorce more complex.
Couples who blend their money may have a healthier marriage.
Divorce can be costly both financially and emotionally; 4 alternatives may offer an easier out.
If you are divorced and filing for Social Security benefits, consider the long-term impact of your options.
Women in divorce should outline their financial and family priorities to achieve a sound settlement.
Examine your life insurance coverage prior to divorce; define ownership, premiums, and beneficiaries.
Probate can be costly and time consuming. It also creates privacy concerns.
When older couples divorce, it can undermine their financial standard of living.
Holiday weddings may portend a rocky marriage ahead, some experts say.
They protect against the 5 D's: death, disability, divorce, departure, and disqualification.
The marital status of parents can affect the aid available to a student.
Definitions of a "parent" and conflicting state standards can be troublesome.
Depression and money are common sources of discord for married couples in retirement.
Money disagreements are a major source of marital conflict. Here's how to keep the peace.
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