Restraining Order During and After Divorce
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by Karlyn Henry, CFP, CDFA
1M ago
There’s no denying that a divorce is a stressful event in itself, and when there’s domestic violence or threats of violence involved, the matter becomes even more straining. Thankfully, there are matters that one can take to feel safer, and one of the best and most common ones is a restraining order. How does a restraining order work? How do you obtain it? Will it affect your divorce? You can find the answers to these questions and more below. What Is a Restraining Order A restraining order, or protective order as it is also often called, is a court order that stops an individual from performi ..read more
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How to Calculate a House Buyout in a Divorce
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by Ross Garcia, CDLP
5M ago
This simple and effective calculator can help you calculate the buyout amount for your house in a divorce. House Buyout Divorce Calculator House Buyout Calculator Home Value Mortgage Balance Equity $ My Separate Property Spouse's Separate Property Marital Equity $ My Share of Equity $ Spouse's Share of Equity $ Continue below if closing costs are considered. Selling Expenses % Selling Expenses $ Each Spouse's Share of Closing Costs $ My Share After Closing Costs $ Spouse's Share After Closing Costs $ Total sale Proceeds After Closing Costs $ One of the biggest decisions that ..read more
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Divorce Lawyer – How to Find the Right Attorney
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by Karlyn Henry, CFP, CDFA
6M ago
Finding the best divorce lawyer who is both experienced and affordable is the real challenge. Lots of your energy will be spent on hiring a divorce lawyer and even more on actually going through the painful experience of getting divorced. It can be emotionally exhausting, especially if you and your partner aren’t on good terms. Family law cases can be complicated when issues like child custody, alimony, and asset division are unresolved. Be prepared to fight your spouse’s attorney and their demands in court for quite some time before reaching your ultimate goal. In this guide, we’ll cover how ..read more
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Prenuptial Agreement – What Is It and Should You Consider It
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by Jason Crowley, CFA, CFP, CDFA
6M ago
It might be that you have some idea of what a prenuptial agreement is, but you aren’t sure what it entails or why you should even consider one. In the past, they had something of a reputation for only being used by the very wealthy, but that’s no longer the case. They also, unfortunately, have something of a reputation for being unromantic. However, in recent years, especially amongst millennials, the stigma around prenuptial agreement has begun to change. Planning for the end of your marriage before you’ve even tied the knot may not be the most romantic thing to do, but it is wise to safeguar ..read more
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Military Divorce Alaska
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by Heather Locus, CPA, CFP®, CDFA®
10M ago
Getting divorced is already difficult and painful enough as it is. However, if you or your spouse are members of the US military or other armed services, such as the Coast Guard, it can get a whole lot trickier. There are a lot more laws governing the procedure, and they encompass every step, from military pensions, through child support, all the way to healthcare coverage. As opposed to regular divorces, military divorce cases are governed by both state and federal laws. While navigating the multitude of rules and regulations may be difficult at first, you might soon realize that it actually ..read more
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Things You Need To Know About Military Divorce in Hawaii
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by Heather Locus, CPA, CFP®, CDFA®
10M ago
A divorce process is not the same for all individuals, especially if your family is in the military. While individual states govern all the necessary laws and procedures, a spouse working as military personnel follows a special rule that supersedes state laws. Here’s everything you need to know about military divorces in Hawaii. Divorce isn’t a simple process for many individuals, and it could be daunting at times. Both parties must follow sets of rules and regulations to finalize the process. However, if one or both spouses work in any branch of the United States armed forces, they must obser ..read more
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Texas Military Divorce
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by Heather Locus, CPA, CFP®, CDFA®
1y ago
Divorce is never easy, but it may be even more challenging when both spouses are in the military. When one or both partners are active-duty military members or service personnel, even those in the national army or reservists, the phrase “military divorce” is used. A military divorce has more criteria involved than a civilian divorce. While this may increase the complexity and length of the divorce process, additional standards are in place to safeguard individuals serving our country who are going through a military divorce. Understanding how Texas military divorce laws may affect you and bein ..read more
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North Carolina Military Divorce
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by Heather Locus, CPA, CFP®, CDFA®
1y ago
To say that going through a divorce can be a challenging and daunting experience would be an understatement. Well, the case is no different for a military divorce. What’s more, if one or both spouses are active duty service members, the divorce may become even more complicated than usual. That’s because a standard divorce process may not always be available for an active military member. Firstly, military divorces can be subject to both state and federal law. There are also numerous additional rules and requirements that apply only to such divorces. If you wish to file for a military divorce i ..read more
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A Guide to Military Divorce in Virginia
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by Heather Locus, CPA, CFP®, CDFA®
1y ago
Divorce can be challenging and complicated, especially if one or both partners presently serve in the military. A typical divorce process is not always available for these active members, and different procedures must be followed. Obtaining a military divorce can necessitate numerous additional steps. If you are in the military or married to those in the military and would like to divorce in Virginia, there are special considerations. It’s critical to grasp these distinctions so that you can correctly file your divorce papers and safeguard your legal rights. Challenges of Military Divorce in V ..read more
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Military Divorce in Florida
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by Heather Locus, CPA, CFP®, CDFA®
1y ago
  Divorce is undoubtedly one of the most stressful life situations and a traumatic event for all family members. However, it is far more traumatic to be constantly in an atmosphere of significantly disturbed, disordered, and unacceptable mutual relationships. It takes two to form a partnership and one to divorce, and that is a fact that must be respected. You must lift your head, learn a lesson, and move on with your life. Many dysfunctional marriages have remained uninterrupted so that the spouses are not exposed to condemnation, criticism, moralization, ridicule, and underestimation by ..read more
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