People in Maryland may have seen a recent article about the effects of divorce and how decisions that are made during the divorce settlement could have long-term consequences that impact their tax filings. These consequences may include additional and unexpected changes.
People in Maryland know that there are a lot of different financial factors that go into a divorce settlement. Property division is a complicated divorce legal issue, as couples have to be concerned about what they will walk away with after their marital separation is complete. In the big picture, marital property includes essentially everything that was acquired during the course of the marriage, including real estate, cars, property, savings and investment accounts and even student loan debt.
People in Maryland may have heard about recent studies that seek to capture the true and accurate picture of couples in the United States. This can be a tricky proposition, because the happiness of couples can’t simply be measured by the divorce rate. While sociologists seemed content that the health of American marriages was under control for many years, they perhaps weren’t looking too far past the overall divorce rate.
People in Maryland may have seen a recent advice article about how social media and other online transactions and interactions can give rise to major problems if they fall into the wrong hands. Most people already know that the digital record they create every day can come back to them, but perhaps they don’t understand how exactly that can transpire.
People in Maryland may remember Terrell Owens, the talented but troubled NFL wide receiver who’s on and off-field antics made him one of the league’s most well-known players. His tumultuous football career came to an end several seasons ago, but his name is still in the papers, this time due to his equally tumultuous personal life.
People in Maryland have a lot on their minds during the holiday season. A lot of stress can be generated as families make plans to get together and people grapple with the headaches of holiday shopping and traveling. The stress is worse for people in a marriage that is on its last legs. Not surprisingly, the holidays can be a catalyst to push unhappy couples to decide to go ahead and file for divorce.
People in Maryland who have gone through a divorce know that it can be extremely difficult. Not only does divorce take a significant emotional toll on people, but the process itself can be very intimidating. People may worry about everything from the length of time it takes to complete the process, the cost of legal help, and how their lives will be different once the dust settles.
People in Maryland have probably heard a lot about the Affordable Care Act. As Americans all over the country are struggling to figure out how the new law will affect them in the coming years. Some people have found that the new law will help them by providing expanded benefits or lowering costs, but others fear that the cost of new health insurance under the Affordable Care Act could cost them hundreds more each month.
People in Maryland may have seen an interesting new report from the Pew Research Center about divorce in the United States. It turns out that the likelihood of a married person getting a divorce shoots up dramatically if someone close to that person also gets a divorce. In other words, much like the flu, divorce is apparently contagious.
Residents in Maryland may not be shocked to know that too much stress isn’t good for people’s well being. Two of the major causes of stress for married people in the U.S. are relationship problems and divorce.