You’re Finally Divorced – Now What Happens to the Car?

The media is rife with affluent celebrity couples waxing lyrical about their amicable relationship with their exes… getting along after a divorce is undoubtedly a laudable achievement but when financial woes gets in the way, peace can be little more than a pipe dream. When two people sincerely want to end a relationship and begin […]

Divorced And Living Together – What Are Your Options If You Can’t Afford To Split?

Imagine the scenario. You’ve gone to counseling, endlessly talked things through, and yet you just can’t salvage your marriage. You decide to divorce, you pack up all your worldly goods, and then you realize you’ve got nowhere to go. It’s not an uncommon scenario, and with the global recession making life harder, many couples are […]

Do you Want a Bitter Divorce or a Better Divorce

http://www.womensradio.com/episodes/Where-to-Begin-and-How-to-Win-in-the-Game-of-Divorce/8371.html Interview with Lisa Decker, CDFA of Divorce Money Matters.com

Cohabitation and the Environment

The National Academy of Sciences noted a global trend of in the number of households with fewer people, which correspond with higher divorce rates and increased consumption of water, energy and space. Between 1998 and 2002, divorces in the 12 countries studied—including United States, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, South Africa, Greece and Cambodia—accounted for 7.4 […]

Nobody Wants the House When Couples Divorce

The disastrous economy is creating some unusual and thorny problems for divorcing couples. People who used to view their home as an asset worth fighting for, now see it as a financial liability. The question “Who gets the house?” has become a property settlement hot potato with neither side wanting to accept the financial burden […]

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