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Will divorce affect my credit score?

It takes hard work to make a marriage work, but sometimes something comes along that badly damages the relationship. Similarly, it can take years of paying your bills on time to build your credit score and just one mistake or unavoidable crisis to knock it down again....

Three elements of the property division process

A divorcing couple will likely face numerous meetings, negotiations and compromises while navigating the process of ending a marriage. From financial decisions centering on spousal support and property division to those involving the children such as parenting time...

What are signs you should prepare for divorce?

A divorce has the potential to upset the way you and your family live drastically. You may think that a divorce will never happen to you, but when hundreds of thousands of people get divorced every year, it pays to know the sign of a coming divorce. Being able to spot...

Understand how parental alienation happens

One of the worst things that a Florida parent can do in the eyes of the court is to try to alienate the children from the other parent. If your children are being alienated from you, the law gives you the ability to take legal action against the other parent that...

Education can decrease the divorce rate

New research has shown that there is a correlation between a college degree and a lower divorce rate. In general, couples are waiting longer to get married these days, if they decide to marry at all. One of the main reasons why education helps strengthen a marriage is...

Why are women more likely to file for divorce?

It’s common knowledge that roughly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. What’s less known, though, is that most of these divorces are initiated by women. A recent study has shown that women initiate about 70% of all divorces. Some studies have...