If you and your spouse decide to separate, you'll still need to agree on how to handle your money — together. Here's how.
Divorce can be a difficult financial situation — and even more so, unfortunately, if student loans are involved.
Women, don't be another statistic. It's time to forge ahead on these critical money matters, or face retiring in poverty.
Divorce is messy. And step one is figuring out how to split ways with your biggest shared asset; your home.
Finding a lawyer is the instinctive first move when a marriage falls apart. Making these critical money decisions should be second.
Just because your marriage went kaput doesn't mean your jointly-run small business needs to. Here's how to protect yourself — and your business.
Many happily married business owners avoid thinking about what happens to the firm if the marriage dissolves. But waiting 'til the end may mean parting ways with the company, too.
Although it's targeted at divorced women, this book is a valuable read for women of any relationship status who want to take control of their finances.
Even during a recession, it turns out that love can still trump money.
Studies have shown that a healthy marriage could translate into a healthy heart, not to mention saving money on health care or an expensive divorce.
When I was single, I thought that getting married would reduce my expenses greatly, and after I got married I realized that in some instances
The road to divorce is not necessarily paved with infidelity, quite possibly it's paved with secretive purchases and a lack of budget that causes both parties resentment and st
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