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Tips to take to the divorce negotiating table

Divorces are often messy, emotional and complicated. You will have to start a new life without the person you thought you would be with forever. In addition, you will have to work out who gets what and figure out a custody arrangement that is beneficial to your children. While some couples choose to let a judge decide the outcome, others choose to negotiate a settlement without someone else making decisions on their behalf.

Beware of social media when you are going through divorce

Many people turn to social media as a way to socialize with their friends and family members. Other people use these websites as a way to spy on people. When you are going through a divorce, you should always assume that people are checking out your social media accounts to keep an eye on what you are doing.

4 financial tips to prepare for divorce

Divorce is never an easy process. This is especially true when you are not separating on amicable terms. For couples that have children, this could mean a lengthy custody battle in court. For those that have accumulated significant wealth, this could mean a fight over the assets acquired during your marriage. Complex divorces that include high-value assets often require the help of professionals in the finance and accounting sectors in order to determine value and prepare for any tax consequences that result from dividing the debt and assets.

Stay-at-home moms and child custody: What you need to know

Getting divorced is a stressful, emotional process. When you have young children, getting divorced seems that much more daunting. You may worry about the emotional impact on the children. If you are a stay-at-home mother who hasn't worked in years, you're probably worried about being able to support yourself and your children.

4 things to know when a divorce includes a business

Going through a divorce is difficult for almost anyone. Just the thought of trying to divide up assets might make you tired. For couples who worked to build a business, that business can often lead to even more problems during the property division process. If you own a business together, you should ensure that you aren't getting the short end of the stick when it comes to the business. Consider these four points.

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