This episode of the Divorce and Your Money podcast is about a specific type of retirement plan called a defined contribution plan.
In this episode we interview Larry Kaye, a highly experienced private investigator and author of 51 Dirty Tricks Bad Guys Really Hate: Sneaky Tactics used by Police, Private Investigators and Bounty Hunters. Larry is a highly experienced private investigator and has been frequently involved in divorce cases.
Spousal support (also called alimony or maintenance) is often a contentious issue in divorce.
Some attorneys use tricks to make your divorce more expensive. Given all the emotions you are likely going through during your divorce (heartbreak, anger, guilt, and sadness), it is easy for an attorney to manipulate you into spending more money.
In this episode we interview Trip Elix, a former hacker, published author and privacy expert. Trip will surprise you with just how much information companies have about you — and how easy it is for a spouse to track your every movement.Are you worried your spouse may be spying on you? Sometimes, regardless what you try to do, it seems like your soon-to-be-ex spouse knows just a little bit too much information about what’s going on in your life.
Many people have misconceptions about no-fault divorce. To understand what no-fault divorce is, it is helpful to understand the history of the divorce process.
This episode of the Divorce and Your Money Show discusses art and collectibles during divorce
This episode of the Divorce and Your Money show is about divorce court, also called family law court. It is important to understand what to expect if you end up going to court, so you can decide if you want to go that route.
Many of you have educational savings accounts to help pay for your kids’ college expenses. When you are going through a divorce, you will want to protect that money, so that your kids can still use it for college (even if it is several years down the road).
This episode is going to cover five creative ways to pay for your divorce.