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Posts tagged "Divorce"

Do teen marriages last?

You're 19 years old. You just finished your first year of college. You and your significant other decide that you want to get married. You're in love, you feel committed to the relationship, and you're eager to start this next stage in your life.

Preserving an Inheritance During a Divorce

During the course of your marriage, you may inherit certain assets or property from loved ones, either after they pass away or while they are still alive. Although in most states these inherited items are considered the separate property of the individual who received them, Connecticut is one of a handful of states that generally considers them shared assets. This means that inheritances are likely to be factored into the division of marital property if you are seeking a divorce from your spouse.

Sue Ann Hamm to Appeal $1 Billion Divorce Ruling

In what has been one of the most expensive divorce settlements of all time, the wife of oil baron Harold Hamm received nearly $1 billion in a court ruling issued in early November. However, Sue Ann Hamm's attorney says she will appeal this amount, as it represents only about 6 percent of the fortune she and her husband, Harold Hamm, have amassed over the course of their 26-year marriage.

Keeping Child Discipline Consistent Between Divorced Parents

One of the most significant challenges divorced parents face is figuring how they can maintain consistent discipline and expectations for their children, especially if the kids split time between the two parents' homes. It's common for disputes to arise, for example, when one parent has different standards than the other.

Helpful Tips: Reducing Unnecessary Expenses in a Divorce

Going through a divorce can be an expensive process, especially if there are high-value assets involved or significant tension between you and your former partner. However, even when a divorce is headed toward an amicable settlement, it can be very difficult to divide marital property, financial assets, debts and items of value as you plan for a life without your spouse.

New Study Suggests Educated Women No Longer at Increased Risk of Divorce

For many years, the results of numerous studies indicated that women who had the same or more education compared to their husbands were more likely to get divorced. However, a recent study published in the American Sociological Review suggests this trend may have stopped as early as the late 1990s.

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