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The High Cost of Breaking Up Later in Life

Author: Alexis Garcia

Some things get simpler as you get older, but divorce is not one of them. Couples in their 50s and beyond who decide to part ways should be prepared for lots of work – and expense – as they unweave the years they spent together. By midlife, couples may have accumulated assets such as art Read More

What You Need to Know About Child Custody

Breaking up is hard enough for couples, but the relationship you don’t want to upend in a divorce is with your children. Your future with your kids begins with the child custody arrangement, and it’s important to approach it with flexibility and a genuine commitment to place the needs of the children first. If you Read More

Separate Bank Accounts Won’t Protect Your Money in a Divorce

When marriages falter, both husbands and wives often look for ways to protect their financial position. What was “what’s mine is yours” becomes “what’s mine is mine.” People often have good reasons for separating assets from their about-to-be-ex, who may have proven to be lacking in trust. But, in most cases, shared assets will remain Read More

Communication and Planning are the Keys to Sharing Kids in the Summer

Author: Caitlyn Kerr

Summer can be both a rewarding and stressful period for divorced parents who share custody of children. Routines will be disrupted, and it’s important for parents to communicate to avoid conflicts. This is especially true this summer when the COVID-19 crisis has interrupted plans made earlier in the year and parents may have different ideas Read More

Keep Your Children Safe in Online Classrooms

Author: Shaun Bussert

Over the past few months, we have witnessed an unprecedented surge in online video classes. Video conferencing has been used for years by schools and businesses, but now the technology has been forced on many new users, some of whom have not been prepared to embrace it. Zoom, just one of more than a dozen Read More

Yours, Mine and Ours – Top Six Issues to Know When Considering a Stepparent Adoption

More than half of all families in the United States are the result of remarriages or reflect new partners living together, with children from previous relationships oftentimes becoming a part of the new family portrait. The first question for a couple who has remarried or is contemplating getting married and already have children is how Read More