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What will divorce do to my retirement plan?

Important financial considerations can sometimes overlooked during a stressful divorce. Divorce can be a difficult process, so it isn't surprising that both parties may just want it to be over with as soon as possible. While many people going through this emotional process focus on the present, it can be easy to lose sight of the future, and this is especially true with retirement plans. Retirement, after all, may be a long way away for some, and when it comes to the division of marital property and asset valuation, it is often the family home that gets the attention.

Understanding child custody

The most sensitive and emotionally trying legal issue in many divorces is child custody. Coming to a just division of parenting time can spark and ignite some unpleasant feelings and emotions, but it is important to be remain collected through this process. It is important to remember that this process is about the child, and the court will decide matters based on its interpretation of the best interest of the child.

To sell or keep: what to do with the family home during divorce

Divorce can be a draining process for the unprepared. From the events leading to the divorce to the years following, the effects of divorce could ripple into every aspect of a person's life. Unfortunately, even confident couples that are intent on handling the process peacefully can turn hostile over one common area: the division of marital property. The division of marital property can be a chaotic sea to navigate through, and the most difficult part of the journey is how to handle the family home.