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February 2016 Archives

What some can expect following a divorce

As is the case with most things in life, for many people, following a divorce there are positive and negative points. With the abundance of older individuals who are choosing to divorce after the age of 50, there are certain things they may expect to face. In this post we will focus on three stages a 54-year-old man who recently divorced, identified as being common for many people after the age of 50.

Could a prenuptial agreement be right for you?

In many of our posts we have written about how to address issues that arise in conjunction with a divorce. While these issues, and how they will be resolved, vary from couple to couple, they are often time consuming and emotionally difficult to get through. This does not need to be the way it is however.

Preparing for retirement after divorce

As baby boomers age they continue to have a great impact on society. Some of the activities in which this group engages may come as a surprise. For example, members of the demographic are divorcing at a high rate. While working through financial matters tied to a divorce is often difficult for everyone, they can be that much harder for those who are nearing retirement age without the nest egg they thought they would have. Fortunately, there are steps that can be taken to make the transition easier.

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