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Divorce Doesn’t Preclude Social Security Spousal Benefits

Divorce Doesn’t Preclude Social Security Spousal Benefits

Divorce Doesn’t Preclude Social Security Spousal Benefits Social Security retirement benefits are administered under a complicated set of rules that most participants don’t completely understand. Adding divorce into the equation can result in even more confusion. Download Our Free Divorce Guide Most retirees are aware that if you are married you may claim spousal benefits…

7 Issues All Co-Parents Face And How To Overcome Them

7 Issues All Co-Parents Face And How To Overcome Them

7 Issues All Co-Parents Face And How To Overcome Them Co-parenting is no walk in the park. Disagreements about discipline, schedules and bed times can unravel even the most level-headed parent ― and when kids play their parents against one another, all hell threatens to break loose. Below, experts share the issues that come up most frequently for…

How to Protect Your Retirement Savings During Divorce

How to Protect Your Retirement Savings During Divorce

How to Protect Your Retirement Savings During Divorce It’s a gut-wrenching experience, and that’s before the money issues. Approximately 1.2 million couples file for divorce each year, and the financial side of things can be just as upsetting as ending a relationship — especially when it comes to retirement. Keep these points in mind as…

New Jersey Child Support Facts

New Jersey Child Support Facts

New Jersey Child Support Facts When a marriage ends, it is rare that equal child custody results from the divorce proceedings. This can take an emotional toll on either or both parents, as they may feel that the law is preventing them from spending enough time with their children. The situation may be even less…