7 Financial Tips for Women Preparing for Divorce

7 Financial Tips for Women Preparing for Divorce | Investopedia

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Take These Steps to Protect Yourself in a Divorce

Take These Steps to Protect Yourself in a Divorce | Investopedia

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How to Financially Protect Yourself During Marital Separation

How to Financially Protect Yourself During Marital Separation | IRIS

I applaud all those who try to repair their marriages. Getting divorced is a tremendous amount to handle legally, financially, socially, and emotionally, and it isn’t something to take on unless you’re absolutely sure there are no other viable options. But while you’re working on your marriage, should you physically separate?

How to Untangle Your Finances in a Divorce

How to untangle your finances in a divorce

Financial decisions get complicated amid the emotional upheaval of a split. “So many people say, ‘Oh, it’s going to be an amicable divorce,’ and three months later, they are keying each other’s cars,” says Kitty Bressington, a certified divorce financial planner in Rochester, N.Y. Don’t let your emotions derail your economic well-being.

A Less Common Income Inequality: When Wives Earn More Than Their Husbands

A Less Common Income Inequality: When Wives Earn More Than Their Husbands

When Wives Earn More Than Their Husbands As people marry later, and increasingly choose partners from their own educational and economic backgrounds, the nature of marriage is fundamentally changing. Since the fundamentals of marriage are changing, it only follows that divorce is also changing.