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Category: Divorce

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Splitting Student Loan Debt After Splitting Up

As if breaking up isn’t hard enough to do, splitting student loan debt can add another complex layer in untangling yourself from your former spouse. Many factors play a part in answering the question, “Who pays what?” Read on to learn more about the legal aspects of splitting student loans after a divorce to help […]

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Five Essential Financial Skills for Divorced Parents

Divorce can be a real drain – just don’t let it drain you financially. We’ve narrowed down the skills every co-parent needs to regain economic stability to the five essentials. Banking 101: What You Don’t Know Can Cost You Some co-parents may find themselves dropped into unfamiliar territory after a divorce, needing more experience with […]

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How Your Post-Divorce Home Affects Your Life

Divorces are typically emotionally wrought. As if dealing with the mental turmoil of an ended relationship isn’t enough, exes must somehow muster the fortitude to make wise financial decisions that will have far-reaching and long-term impacts. One sizable decision is what to do with the marital home. Read on for some insightful information to aid […]

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Dealing With a Gray Divorce

Age and anniversaries don’t get a couple “out of the woods and into the clear” in matrimony. Research shows quite the opposite. Termed “Gray Divorce,” the divorce rate is on the rise for people aged 50 and older, bringing new challenges with it. It’s Not Just You If you’re over 50 and find yourself going […]

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7 Ways to Diminish the Effects of Divorce on Your Child

A quick internet search could probably fill you with dread concerning your child’s destiny after your divorce. Studies abound about how children of divorced parents fare worse than their counterparts in a variety of areas.. Don’t let the statistics leave you feeling frightened and hopeless, though. There are things you can do to help your […]

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Adulting After Divorce: Starting Over Without Compromising Your Child

No matter if you were married for three days or 30 years, are newly divorced or went through one years ago, you and your children are capable of starting over and conquering a difficult situation. It combines internal work, external work, and a practical co-parenting expense tracker app, like DComply. Ready to reclaim yourself and […]

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Planning for Your Kids’ College After Divorce

Parents often have differing opinions about their kids’ college education: in-state versus out-of-state decisions, community college versus a university, helping your kids pay for college versus a “They’re on their own, now!” mentality. Those differences in opinion can be even more notable when the parents are divorced and have possibly moved on to start a […]

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Want to Know How to “Win” Joint Custody and Child Support in Your Divorce?

There’s something you need to know before you or your spouse contact a lawyer or file a divorce petition with the court system. Knowing this could increase your odds of getting what you want most in your divorce settlement…happy, well-adjusted kids. Not to mention, it will save you countless months, money, and migraines. If you […]

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How to Have a Financially Responsible Divorce

A divorce is stressful on many different levels: mentally, physically, emotionally, and also, financially. The help offered by your mediator or legal advisor only extends so far. You wouldn’t think to rely on your mediator for therapy, babysitting duties, or finding a new house, right? The typically complex situation of divorce calls for all kinds […]