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Contemplating dramatic work changes can feel overwhelming when your personal life is in flux already. But many people actually find they thrive professionally over the long term after a divorce or separation.

Getting Divorced Or Separated? Here’s How To Handle Things At Work shared a link

Here's how to come away with your finances intact after you go your separate ways.

Divorce: How to stay financially secure when you're splitting up shared a link

A cohabitation agreement can spell out how you will share responsibilities during the time you are living together and help you in the event that you eventually decide to separate. #FamilyLaw

Do You Need a Cohabitation Agreement Before Moving in With Your Partner? shared a link

The best defense when facing the financial concerns of a divorce is knowledge.

Your Guide to the Most Common Financial Issues of a Divorce shared a link

You have the right to visit your child on the dates and times specified in your court-ordered visitation schedule. If the other parent interferes with your visitation rights, you can ask the court to intervene. An experienced attorney can help ensure your visitation rights are enforced.

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When your divorce is over, you might be inclined to discard the related paperwork. But there are key documents you should retain, like the final judgement of divorce (also known as a divorce decree), any appraisals of your assets, and any divorce-related financial paperwork. If you're not sure what to keep, be sure to consult with your attorney.

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If you are among those pursuing divorce, here are some financial mistakes to avoid.

When it comes to divorce, not all assets are equal shared a link

Balancing family dynamics when going through a divorce is never easy. New laws have added an additional layer of complexity.

Minimizing Taxes In Divorce Without The Alimony Deduction shared a link

Money-related issues are frequently cited as a reason for divorce. They include mismatched financial priorities, unexpected major expenses, and discovering a partner's secret spending.

The 12 biggest money-related reasons people get divorced shared a link

While there are many changes when separating from your spouse, managing the finances for your shared children can be particularly intimidating. However, there are steps you can take to minimize the financial stress.

How co-parents can stay on the same financial page shared a link

Here are some of the ways a parents’ divorce can affect the student’s college financial aid application process.

How a Divorce Affects a Student's Financial Aid shared a link

If you keep your finances separate during your marriage, don’t assume they’ll stay separate if you divorce.

How to Protect Your Money in a Divorce shared a link