Divorce

  1. Divorce and Annuities: What Clients Need to Know

    Divorce can be the most financially devastating event in a person’s life. Here’s ...
  2. Divorce and Mortgage Payments: What You Need ...

    Divorce can put a strain on finances, especially when it comes to the mortgage. Here ...
  3. Tips for Talking About Money at Every Step of ...

    How much you talk about money differs, depending on the stage of the relationship. ...
  4. How Life Insurance Works in a Divorce

    Learn the implications of life insurance in a divorce situation, and identify the ...
  5. Divorce Funding: A New Investment Opportunity?

    Learn how companies are making millions investing in the broken marriages of others. ...
  6. Tips for Managing Major Life Events

    A financial adviser can help clients navigate life’s transitions, whether it be marriage, ...
  1. How are Social Security benefits calculated for divorced spouse?

    Find out how the Social Security retirement benefit for divorced spouses is calculated, including the impact of age and outside ...
  2. How does divorce affect Social Security benefits?

    Learn about the impact divorce has on your Social Security retirement benefits and the possibility of collecting spousal ...
  3. Can a divorced woman collect Social Security from her ex-husband?

    Learn how to collect Social Security on your ex-husband’s record. If you were married for at least 10 years, you can collect ...
  4. How do alimony and child support factor into my taxable income?

    Find out how child support and alimony are treated by the IRS and why alimony has a much greater impact on total tax burdens ...
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