When it comes to divorce, the legal processes involved have to do about financial separation more than emotional resolutions (Mercer). You might not be sure about how to begin preparing your finances for divorce. This article will talk through some… Read More
When is Divorce the Right Choice?
Written By: Veralynn Morris Coming to terms with the idea of divorce When you get married, you are imagining the rest of your life spent with your partner in happily wedded bliss. At that point in time, you don’t imagine… Read More
Divorce and COVID-19: How Divorce has been Affected
While some of the global pandemic’s effects are plain to see and clearly felt by many, for some, it isn’t as obvious to see how many have been personally affected. However, there is no doubting that the pandemic has interrupted normal life for most if not everybody. We are establishing a new normal, watching how the disease impacts us interpersonally, economically, and globally. Currently, in the United States, we are watching the number of COVID-19 cases begin to rise again.
Divorce and COVID-19: How to Live with Your Soon-to-be Ex-Spouse
Written By: Veralynn Morris COVID19 hit the world like a brick wall. One day, things were pretty normal, and then the next day, everything had changed. This has left a lot of people wondering about what happens next. And this… Read More
College Finances 102: FAFSA, Financial Aid, and Divorce
Written By: Veralynn Morris FAFSA, financial aid, and divorce. These things are all considered complicated, and for good reason. So, when you mix them together, you get a whole lot of confusion. Most people don’t want their kids to graduate… Read More