There are many concerns parents may have about their children’s future when getting divorced. For one, parents may worry that the disruptions caused by a divorce could pose roadblocks to their goals for their children’s education.
The divorce rate continues to increase among older couples. Commonly referred to as "gray divorce," Pew Research shows a 109 percent increase in the divorce rate among couples age 50 and older in the United States.
Child support orders are supposed to be well-tailored to a given family’s situation. But, of course, families can undergo a lot of changes in their circumstances. When this happens, is a parent simply stuck with an ill-suited child support payment arrangement?
There are certain things people may be hesitant to talk about after a divorce. A recent survey suggests this often includes financial matters.
There are many situations in which a business owner may be worried about the future of his or her company. One is if he or she is getting divorced. Major concerns about what will happen with the business in property division can arise.