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Can I Seek Spousal Maintenance?

If you are in the process of divorcing, you might be eligible for spousal maintenance. Also known as alimony, spousal maintenance is a sum of money a higher-earning spouse pays a lower-earning spouse for a specific period of time. If one spouse requires support during the divorce process, the spouse with the greater income might Read More

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How Women Can Avoid Poverty After Divorce

According to the latest census one third of single-mother families in the United States live in poverty. Analysts go on to say that single mothers are four times more likely than their married counterparts to become impoverished. It might not be possible to completely prevent a downshift in lifestyle after divorce, but there are some Read More

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Division of Debts

When a couple is divorcing, any debt accumulated over the course of the marriage must be divided between the partners. If at all possible, all debts should be paid off before divorce proceedings begin. This is the best way to assure a clean financial break from a former spouse. If this is not a possibility, Read More

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Who’s Going to Pay for College?

The exorbitant cost of higher education is causing many families to make difficult choices about their children’s future. When a couple is divorcing it is essential to carefully consider how to manage the responsibilities associated with the future cost of college or university tuition. While you are working on your divorce agreement, consider some of Read More

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