Just when many couples should be concentrating on retirement planning, more and more of them are breaking up.
In the unfortunate event that a marriage ends in divorce, it may be useful to understand the consequences on the spouses’ IRAs.
Going through a divorce will bring big changes to your life, including rethinking your retirement plans.
Community property states consider all property acquired during marriage to be owned equally by both spouses.
If you're contemplating divorce, you want to be sure you have a firm grasp on your financial situation.
A divorce can be emotionally and financially draining. There are steps you can consider to help protect yourself.
If you are single with children who depend on you, life insurance can help you provide for their needs into the future.
Divorce can be a very difficult transition in life. If you do a little research and take time to act in the interests of those you love, it does not have to get the best of you.
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