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7 Steps to Decide if Divorce is Right for You

7 Steps to Decide if Divorce is Right for You

I wrote an article recently about the long and winding road I took to deciding to divorce. Although I think every step on that road was necessary, it might have been an easier and quicker journey if I’d had a few tools and tips to ease the decision-making process. If you’re still on the fence […]

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Stop Paying Maintenance at Retirement

Stop Paying Maintenance at Retirement

Many payors of spousal support assume that when they retire, their obligation to pay support will stop. After all, each of the parties will have received their share of the assets accumulated during the relationship, including the retirement savings and pension. Payors frequently assume that each spouse is thus responsible for planning for his or […]

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10 Financial Steps to Simplify Your Divorce

10 Financial Steps to Simplify Your Divorce

When we are young and in love, we find it difficult to relate to ourselves growing old and prefer not to think about the possibility of our marriages failing. It is easy to cast aside any misgivings about the future when we are starry-eyed and fearless. However, when we approach mid-life and face divorce, a […]

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When is the Best Time to Divorce?

When is the Best Time to Divorce?

Is there an age when divorce is easier on children? There’s no simple answer: it all depends on what’s going on in your family, what kind of parents you are, how much you can co-operate and also, the age and temperament of your child. I hear this question every time I lecture parents or participate […]

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