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Avoiding the pitfalls of texting, emailing with a co-parent

Texting and email save divorced co-parents from having to speak face to face or on the phone regularly, as they did in previous generations. However, they can have drawbacks as well, particularly when the former couple's relationship is less than amicable.

What prenups are and what they cover

Despite the fact that state laws already exist surrounding how property and other assets will be divided in the event of either your spouse's death or a divorce, many couples elect to have a prenuptial agreement drafted to protect their interests. As a result, if you have a prenup in place, a judge will take into account the terms of your agreement in rendering decisions before finalizing your divorce.

8 surprising divorce predictors

It's common sense that things like infidelity and domestic violence are common reasons people get divorced. But research has shown that there are many risk factors for divorce -- some of them really surprising.

New York real estate mogul, wife told to expedite divorce

A New York real estate mogul is going public about his divorce from his wife of nearly six decades. The developer, 79-year-old Harry Macklowe, has been joking with reporters about the split. He says that he's offered his wife Linda, also 79, $1 billion to finalize the divorce. He says that this is half of his fortune.

Tax changes that newly-divorced people need to know about

As Tax Day approaches, there are a number of changes that you'll need to be aware of if your divorce was finalized last year. If you're contemplating or in the midst of a divorce, these changes are important to be aware of for the tax year that your divorce becomes final.

Going through a divorce? Are all your assets on the table?

Your marriage is over, and you and your spouse have decided to go your separate ways. When starting the divorce process, you both will be asked to make of list of your shared assets for review and division. If something on that list looks amiss or you feel that your spouse is hiding assets from you, what can you do?

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