People who are going through a divorce often realize that their soon-to-be ex-spouse has access to all of their personal information, which could be used to fraudulently apply for a credit card or take out a loan in their name.Many people want to know how they can protect themselves.
In this episode, we will discuss some tips for dealing with an abusive spouse during a divorce. A divorce from an abusive spouse needs to be handled differently than an average divorce.
This episode covers five signs that your attorney is not doing a good job for you. If you see these signs, you will need to think long and hard about ways to improve your relationship with your attorney.
Even though mediation is a non-binding process, you should take it seriously, because it can save you a lot of time and money if it is productive.
It could be a good idea to obtain financial information under the guise of something other than divorce, which can help you uncover the information that your spouse has been hiding.
This episode of the Divorce and Your Money Show discusses options for transferring your IRA in a divorce settlement.
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.