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Divorce agreements: Consult your attorney to avoid signer’s remorse

When you are making a big-ticket purchase such as a new car, you only have negotiating power before the sale is actually made. Because you can walk away if you don’t like the price or the terms of the payment plan, auto dealerships (and other sellers for that matter) must be willing to meet you READ MORE

Staying above the fray when your co-parent is combative: Part II

In our last post, we began a discussion about how to protect yourself and your children when trying to co-parent with an ex-spouse who insists on being combative. One of the most effective strategies (as discussed in our previous post) is to communicate in writing as much as possible. The second tip for dealing with READ MORE

Staying above the fray when your co-parent is combative: Part I

Let’s face it – divorce can bring out the worst in people. A spouse who was once your closest friend and confidant can suddenly become mean, petty and unwilling to compromise. Thankfully, couples without children can largely go their separate ways once the divorce is finalized. The story is quite different, however, if you share READ MORE

How smart planning can keep your divorce costs reasonable: Part II

Let’s continue the discussion about controlling the costs of divorce. While many people bemoan how expensive divorce can be, it is important to note that it doesn’t have to be this way. There are several things you can do to keep your divorce costs reasonable. In today’s post, we’ll discuss two cost-saving measures: Avoiding unnecessary READ MORE

How smart planning can keep your divorce costs reasonable: Part I

One of the most common criticisms of the divorce process is that it is unnecessarily expensive. It is true that divorce proceedings do require a significant financial investment (as nearly all legal matters do) but it is not a foregone conclusion that they have to “break the bank,” so to speak. You and your spouse READ MORE