Should you wait to file your QDRO?

One of the biggest fears many divorcing couples of later age hold involves retirement accounts. This is especially true in situations where one spouse has a retirement account and the other does not. It is possible under state law to claim some of the account, but how...

Important steps to take after your divorce is final

Divorce involves a great deal of deliberation, planning, paperwork and the filing of numerous documents. Though the ink has dried on your divorce decree, there are still several important steps a new divorcee must take to ensure a smooth transition into life as a...

Is your spouse hiding assets?

In recent years, divorces continue to rise for almost every age group in the country. Along with that, the rate of spouses attempting to hide assets has also seen a significant increase, especially in younger and more well-off couples. How can you tell if your spouse...

Protecting your investments during a divorce

Throughout your marriage, you have had the opportunity of combining resources to accumulate your assets. With consistent effort over the course of your relationship, you and your spouse have acquired notable wealth. One of the biggest challenges of a divorce is the...

How do courts divide artwork in divorce?

Not only do you have substantial assets to divide in your divorce, but you also have unique assets to divide with your current spouse. For instance, you and your soon-to-be-ex have several valuable art collections to divide. The American Bar Association explains how...