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Dividing Assets, Dividing Debts: What Happens To Student Loans In Divorce?

Divorce, good or bad, comes down to a division of assets and debts. Find out what will happen to your student loan debt if you find yourself going through a divorce.

Is Marriage Financially Beneficial?

Thinking about tying the knot? Learn the pros and cons of getting married (financially, that is)

Riding The Emotional Roller Coaster of Divorce? Don’t Go It Alone

Going through a divorce can be a very emotional experience, but you don’t have to do it alone. You might just need to turn to a divorce therapist for help.

Kerry Washington’s PSA Raises Awareness About Financial Abuse

This week, Emmy-nominated actress and “Scandal” star, Kerry Washington, appeared in a PSA by the Allstate Foundation about financial abuse — a tactic used in abusive relationships to manipulate victims into staying by controlling and limiting...

Considering Divorce? 6 Advantages To Filing First

If you want to be in the best position during your divorce, you should file first. Read this article to find out why.

How to Cope With Financial Threats During a Divorce

Breaking up is hard to do, but splitting the money is even harder...

Division of Assets in a Divorce

Are you prepared to lose 50 percent of your net income?

Not Ready to Divorce? Beware the Pitfalls of Long-term Separation

Meet Christine and Jake — a hypothetical composite couple who incorporates many of the situations I have seen and heard as a CDFA. Christine has long known that her marriage to Jake is essentially over. When he got an apartment in town, it was so...

Do I Need a Financial Advisor and a Divorce Lawyer?

If you’re dealing with the intricacies of a divorce, you might start to wonder: Do I really need a financial advisor if I’m already working with a divorce lawyer? As you move through the divorce process, you will be required to make quite a few...

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