We’ve all seen the stories of couples who renovate their homes and end up hating each other. What are some reasons why home renovation destroys relationships? In this post, we will explore these reasons in depth. … [Read more...] about 6 Reasons Why Home Renovation Destroys Relationships
The number one cause of divorce is disagreements about money. While we may think of this meaning arguing about how you each spend money, there can also be a darker side. In some marriages, spouses hide money from one another. This can lead to divorce, especially if the behavior has lasting financial implications such as bankruptcy. … [Read more...] about How to Tell If Your Spouse Is Hiding Money
If you are preparing to enter a marriage with substantial assets, you likely will want to have a prenuptial agreement to protect those assets. Having witnesses is not required when you sign the prenup, but it is recommended that you have two witness and a notary at the signing. There are many reasons why you need a prenup witness or two. … [Read more...] about Reasons Why You Need Witnesses in a Prenup
If you know you’re likely headed for divorce, you may want to protect yourself by selling assets such as property, personal items, cars, etc. However, there are many aspects to take into consideration before making any such move. Selling possessions before divorce can have serious repercussions in how the court treats you once you file the divorce papers. … [Read more...] about Can a Spouse Secretly Sell Possessions Before Divorce?
Many couples have joint bank accounts throughout their marriage. This often happens either because they pool all of their money together or because they keep separate accounts but have a joint one to pay household bills. Another reason why spouses share an account is because one person is the budgeter in the family and needs access to the other's money. For millions of … [Read more...] about What Happens If Your Spouse Depletes Your Joint Account Before Separation?
Most people would agree that divorces can be nasty experiences that leave both parties exhausted and spiteful. It doesn't have to be that way for everyone though. Amicable divorces are possible. They're not always easy, but they are possible. … [Read more...] about 3 Tips for an Amicable Divorce (Yes, It’s Possible)