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Important insurance changes after a divorce

If you are in the middle of a divorce, it is not just your friends, your belongings and your children you are splitting. Your finances can be greatly affected by a divorce, and while you may understand the basics of child support and alimony, you may not think about the reality of how insurance changes after divorce.

Dealing with older kids' independence after a divorce

It has been established that divorce typically has a negative effect on kids, but that does not mean the situation has to wreak havoc on your family. Every child will process a separation differently and react to it in her or his own way, but if you have older kids, you should be prepared for an increased sense of independence following the divorce. According to Psychology Today, this behavior is a common response among adolescents, and learning how to deal with it can equip you to diffuse its consequences.

Helping children adjust to two households

When divorce becomes the best option for you and your family, there are naturally a number of concerns that will arise. If you have kids, the most important of these concerns will be their safety and wellbeing. A major part of the process is preparing the children for the changes that will take place, including separate homes in most cases. With the right approach, you can minimize the stress. Follow these tips to make the shift easier for you and your kids alike.

Are your retirement assets paying for child support or alimony?

It's easy to fall into a really expensive trap when it comes to putting together a QDRO (qualified domestic relations order) during the divorce process. It's complex enough to divide up assets, especially ones that your spouse may have hidden.