People in Maryland may have seen a recent editorial in Forbes about some of the common arguments and unpleasantness that can occur when spouses argue over the terms of their divorce settlement. Not surprisingly, divorcing spouses have a tendency not to see eye-to-eye over everything, especially when it comes to finances and asset division.
People in Maryland may have seen a recent advice article for those going through a divorce. With so much to think about, there are several sources of marital assets that can easily go overlooked. One of these potentially overlooked, but very valuable assets is Social Security benefits.
Married couples in Maryland do not always consider a marriage ending when they enter the union, but the dissolution of a marriage is often a reality and future possibility these days. Even if everything is going well with the marriage, keeping finances and property in order could help them ready themselves if the relationship turns sour.
Couples in Maryland know that divorce means a major shakeup in a person’s life. For most people, splitting marital bonds means saying goodbye to the place they’ve called home, but some people might decide to stay put while their ex moves out. No matter what decision spouses make in regards to their marital home, there are a number of pitfalls that can mean major headaches and potential financial ruin for those who don’t pay close attention to the details in the divorce process.
People in Maryland may have seen the topic of same-sex marriage in the news lately. Same-sex marriage has been one of the more prominent domestic issues in the United States, as states have either taken measures to accept it, or in some states, combat it. But overall, same-sex partners have largely come out ahead in 2013, as the Supreme Court has overturned much of the Defense of Marriage Act and paved the way for marriage equality on the federal level.
Residents of Maryland considering divorce for various reasons may be apprehensive about their future. Not surprisingly, the one thing that concerns people the most is their financial well-being, especially the uncertainty that comes with a new single lifestyle, loss of dual income, and the prospect of getting an unfair deal in property division.
Married couples in Maryland understand there are several decisions that need to be made when they decide to call it quits. Dissolving a marriage could require the couple to itemize their property in order to determine proper distribution. This process could lead to disputes and lengthen the entire process, especially if the divorcing couple does not agree on certain distributions.
People in Maryland may have seen a recent article about the different options divorcing couples have when it comes to splitting up the marital home. This can be a complex and demanding process, but it is extremely important, especially for the spouse who agrees to allow their ex to remain in the home as part of the property division agreement.
People in Maryland may have seen a recent editorial about some often-overlooked but potentially very valuable marital assets: rewards program points. These most commonly consist of things like frequent flyer miles or hotel points, but could include any other form of valuable company-specific loyalty rewards like rental cars or frequent shopper points.
People in Maryland may have seen a recent news editorial about the pitfalls of following celebrity divorce gossip. Of course, such articles can be entertaining and provocative, but when it comes to making sound legal decisions, people should never trust the advice that they glean from tabloid headlines and other questionable sources.