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Parenting Together After You’ve Parted

When couples with children get a divorce, no matter what the circumstances of the breakup are, one fact remains: You will still be parenting together. To eliminate a stressful environment for your children it’s important to learn how to work effectively with one...

What Happens to Debt When You Get Divorced

Divorce can be a long and difficult process. You’ll need to make decisions about a number of financial issues, including debt that you took on jointly with your spouse. Unfortunately, when going through a divorce, loans are rarely split up the way we expect them to...

How to prepare your digital life for your inevitable death

No one likes to talk about it. It’s a touchy subject, but one day, you’re going to die. You probably know where you want your money and other physical possessions to go, but you have a lot of digital assets to pass on too. You need to plan for the future of those...

Estate Planning for New Parents

Congratulations, new parent. How’s parenthood treating you so far? Estate planning may be far down your list of priorities as you’re in the midst of taking care of a newborn and that’s OK. We’re here to help you consider key aspects about estate planning including:...

This Is Why January Is the Biggest Month for Divorce

For years, January has been unofficially designated as Divorce Month. Although studies have shown most divorces actually happen in August or March, the courts will see a spike in divorce filings right after the new year. Many legal professionals believe this trend...