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
In this episode we interview Tonya Alexander, a Collaborative Attorney and Mediator based in Oregon. Tonya will explain why collaborative divorce may make sense for you, as it can save substantial time, money and emotional heartache.
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.
Episode 88 of the Divorce and Your Money Show discusses the legal term discovery — one of the most important parts of any divorce.
Episode 83 of the Divorce and Your Money Show discusses legal separation.
A common concern during a divorce proceeding is protecting your credit report and credit score.
Episode 81 of the Divorce and Your Money Show interviews Mark Kohn, a highly experienced forensic accountant and author of How they Stash the Cash: A Guide to Finding Income Hidden by a Spouse during Divorce.
Episode 79 of the Divorce and Your Money Show discusses two questions with the help of Karen Covy, divorce advisor, attorney, mediator and coach.
Legal trusts are often used for such things as estate planning and asset protection. They can also be used for gifting, asset management, tax shelters, or protection from creditors.