Monthly Archives: October 2014

Monitor Your Credit Report When Getting Divorced

The financial impact of a divorce cannot be understated. The fact is that getting divorced plays a huge role in your financial health. The simple fact that you’re going from living with your spouse (and kids if you have them) … Continue reading

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Military Divorce Doesn’t Have To Be A Battle

Sometimes, military and matrimony don’t mix. The military lifestyle can be incredibly tough on a marriage, especially when long deployments are involved. That’s why the military divorce rate has traditionally been a bit higher than the civilian divorce rate. And … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Legal Costs Down in a Divorce

The average cost of divorce in the United States is between $15,000 to $20,000. And when you add in the fact that Florida is the most expensive state to get divorced, it becomes immediately apparent just how important it is … Continue reading

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Creating a Clear Financial Picture when Preparing for Divorce

If you’re considering filing for divorce, the first thing you need to do is get prepared, not just emotionally but financially. As crass as it might sound, the financial weight of a divorce is just as much if not more … Continue reading

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Could a Rebounding Economy Lead to More Divorce Filings?

Financial difficulties are often a huge reason marriages end in divorce. That’s why it might be surprising to learn that many experts predict divorce rates will actually start increasing as the economy continues to improve. After all, if the economy … Continue reading

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