When news of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver separating hit the news, everyone seemed surprised. The couple had been married for 25 years, and Shriver stayed by Schwarzenegger throughout the allegations that he had groped women before running for office.
Couples in Georgia who are working through divorce tend to face challenging emotional battles. Legal experts say that conflicted personal feelings often get in the way of negotiating logical and objective high asset divorce settlements.
In a few recent posts, we talked about mistakes to avoid when you are working through the divorce process. In today's post, the final in our three-part series, we will address three more pointers that can save you time and money when you are getting divorced.
In Georgia, the divorce process can be as unique as the couples who are working through the process. On the plus side, that means almost everyone can use the legal system to meet their goals, and the flexibility can help ensure everyone's best interests are met.
In our last post, we began exploring some of the financial secrets that can lead to divorce. The last post covered secrets related to affairs and secret bank accounts. This article examines the secrets individuals keep surrounding the cost of items, the size of the paycheck and splurging because of a beautiful saleswoman.
It is well-known that money is one of the biggest causes of divorce. However, when we talk about divorce, we rarely talk about the specific financial problems that lead to divorce. A recent article in The Wall Street Journal examined the financial secrets many individuals keep from their spouses and the impact those can have on marriages.
As discussed in the previous post, divorcing couples should consider how the decisions they make today will impact their future financial security. In the last post, we discussed three areas that divorcing parties must understand: division of property, the definition of property, and assets. In this post we will present three more areas that should not be overlooked.
When most people hear the term "infidelity," they think about physical, sexual cheating, but according to a Harris Interactive online survey of adults, financial infidelity is becoming a serious issue in many relationships.