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Divorce often daunting for financial novices

In many marriages, spouses divide duties and tasks. The husband may mow the lawn and maintain the yard and garage, while the woman maintains and cleans the house. Whatever the arrangement, couples tend to work out some sort of explicit or tacit agreement. For many couples, the same tends to hold true when it comes to paying bills and other financial matters.

Prenuptial agreements smart for those planning to remarry

With the U.S. divorce rate hovering close to 50 percent, it stands to reason that many divorcees will at some point, find love again and decide to remarry. Individuals who have previously gone through a divorce, however, often have different expectations and concerns related to a subsequent marriage.

How to remain sane during a divorce

Love is typically the driving force behind most couples' decision to marry. When a couple decides to divorce, however, the reasons are often numerous and complex. There is no doubt that going through a divorce is often a difficult process. While feelings associated with sadness, anger, resentment and hurt are all completely normal and warranted; it's important to find ways to move beyond these feelings and find happiness. 

Divorce and marital property vs. separate property

The decision to divorce can be a scary one. The divorce process is often complex and can become contentious when matters related to children, personal belongings and financial assets are being decided. Many individuals who begin the divorce process, do so with trepidation and brace themselves for the impending financial windfall they expect divorce will bring.

Usher's ex-wife seeks child custody following son's near drowning

Parents who divorce are forever tied to one another. While many divorced parents are able to set aside personal differences and come together for the sake of shared children, others continue to wage legal disputes and fight over the custody of shared children for years. Such is the case in the divorce of well-known singer and television personality Usher Raymond.

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