The hardest part of getting a divorce may have been deciding on the custody agreement with your former spouse. Unfortunately, it does not get any easier once your divorce has been finalized. You will have to deal with co-parenting, which means your former spouse will still play a role in your life. Here are 4 tips that will help make the co-parenting experience easier for you and your former spouse.…Read More »
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When you divorce late in life, you face different financial challenges than couples divorcing at a younger age. For example, if you don’t have a profession, then you may find it more difficult to get one as compared to a younger person who can even go back to school and get a degree. For this reason, you need to take some considerations to protect your finances, such as: Taking Steps to Secure Retirement Benefits…Read More »
Your will serves as your last chance to tell the world exactly what you want to happen. Even better, this powerful legal document gives you the opportunity to make sure your family and friends have no choice but to honor your final wishes. That is of course, unless a family member is able to successfully contest your will after your death. Thankfully, there are steps that you can take to ensure this does not happen:…Read More »