Are you a woman age 50 or over who is considering or moving forward with a divorce? You are not alone. The divorce rate in this demographic has doubled in the U.S. since 1990. Every situation is unique, of course, but few life changes can be more emotionally and financially devastating than divorce. Read on to learn how to best prepare yourself emotionally and financially for this life-change.
Have you considered hiring your own appraiser to value and divide property in a divorce? In some divorce cases, the parties and their attorneys agree upon a join appraiser and split the cost equally.
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It goes without saying that one of the top things people argue about in high-asset divorces is money. But what many people don't realize is that the biggest disputes in divorce don't always end with asset division and alimony.
Is your spouse hiding assets from you? It's possible. Financial infidelity is more common than you might think. In fact, a recent study found that 15 million people are hiding money from their live-in partners in financial accounts such as checking and savings accounts. Many spouses move money around because they believe that it will protect them in a divorce, but you may be able to track down the assets that they've hidden if you know where to look.