Whenever there is a life event such as a marriage, divorce, death, birth or a significant birthday you need to review and update the beneficiary designations on your various accounts.
If your marriage is rocky or you have begun to use the divorce word in arguments, there are some things you can do to be better prepared if you decide to go forward with a divorce.
If you are in a partnership you should keep your finances separate.
Before you say “I do” again you need to start thinking like Donald Trump!
Recent studies contradict studies done in the 70s and 80s and have shown that kids do get beat up emotionally in a divorce and some never recover.
Before you start the divorce process educate yourself about Massachusetts’ divorce laws.
Divorce is a legal and financial transaction but because it involves two angry people, it is an extremely volatile matter.
More baby boomers are saying they will face their golden years alone. The number of divorces among couples in their late 40s and 50s is soaring.
Fifty percent of marriages still end in divorce. So how will you survive financially as a single parent?
Unfortunately, married couples frequently fight over money, but with a little effort and planning they may be able to stay out of divorce court.