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Today we hear from NY Times Best Selling author Laurence Kotlikoff about Social Security and divorce. He is going to give us just a taste of how complex social security is, and he shares his vast knowledge on the subject. This episode you’re going to want to listen to more than once!
The internet is chockful of interesting ways to manage your upcoming divorce. Many avid internet users are reporting that the Reddit Divorce site is filled with the information and support they desperately seek.
The divorce process can be a lengthy and painful time that drags on for months or years. Fortunately, there are several ways around the time-consuming portion of the process. An alternative to this norm is a “quickie divorce," which allows couples to file quickly and move on with their newly single lives.
Informal separation occurs when you and your spouse live apart, but do not pursue formal separation or divorce. Sometimes, informal separation allows space for you to repair your marriage, while at other times, it may lead to a permanent separation or divorce.
With an overwhelming volume of tasks that need to be completed, where should you start as a stay-at-home mom? You will want to consider these six steps before you do anything else regarding your pending divorce.
Ideally, before you begin the divorce proceedings, you must have a plan to pay for the divorce costs. There are some tried-and-true options (e.g., paying out of pocket and selling assets) and other, newer ideas.