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Managing money with your estranged spouse

Divorce always has a financial impact on both spouses, in part because it's simply less expensive to maintain one home than two. Generally, however, couples begin living separately before the divorce is complete, or even before they make the decision to divorce.

Hedge fund founder's ex-wife loses another court battle

When a couple with considerable wealth divorces, it's essential that both spouses provide a complete and truthful accounting of their assets. Sometimes, one or both will bring in forensic accountants if they believe that their spouse is hiding assets to minimize his or her payment to the other.

Whether you get a prenup or not, talking about money is essential

There are a number of advantages to getting a prenuptial agreement before you get married, even if you're just starting out and haven't accumulated a lot of assets that you're concerned about protecting. One of these is that it forces couples to talk about money.

Encourage your kids to enjoy Father's Day with their dad

One of the toughest holidays for many families of divorce has just passed and another one is upon us next month. We're talking, of course, about Mother's Day and Father's Day. Even if your ex ignored Mother's Day, Father's Day shouldn't be about payback. It should be an occasion for helping your kids appreciate their dad -- just as it probably was when you were together.

Why a prenuptial agreement is good for your marriage

Prenuptial agreements get a lot of press as something that people only do to protect themselves; some people may even be offended when a soon-to-be spouse wants to have one. The truth is that prenuptial agreements can protect you and your spouse if it's negotiated correctly.

How do you keep your divorce from impacting your work?

It's only natural that a life-changing event like a divorce will impact your work. In addition to the emotional component, it can be time consuming. Of course, the more contentious or complex the divorce, the more time you're likely spending in court, meetings, conference calls and depositions.

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