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CONTRARY TO BELIEF, DIVORCE IS NOT EASIER WITHOUT AN ATTORNEY

As a society, we love to watch TV and scroll social media. As a result, most people love to talk about how lawyers are the bad guys - especially in divorce. A common sentiment seems to be "let's not involve lawyers, they just take all the money." News flash, good lawyers actually save you money, time, stress and aggravation. mediation. Here are a few examples how.

WHAT HAPPENS TO RETIREMENT SAVINGS IN A DIVORCE?

Retirement accounts, pension plans and social security will factor significantly into your divorce settlement agreement - even if you're not nearing retirement age. For many couples, retirement accounts and/or pension plans represent a considerable chunk of their net worth. As such, they all must be addressed in divorce settlement agreements. Unfortunately, though, dividing retirement accounts and pension plans is complicated and has tax implications.

The Benefits of Divorce Mediation in Arizona

As it pertains to the law, mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), in which a neutral third party assists two or more parties in amicably negotiating a settlement. In recent time, more and more couples going through divorce have opted for the mediation route as opposed to the more traditional court setting.

8 THINGS SCIENCE SAYS PREDICT DIVORCE

No one can say with 100% certainty that a couple is heading for disaster. But social scientists have gotten pretty good at predicting who's most likely to wind up there. These couples share certain commonalities - in the way they fight and the way they describe their relationship, but also in their education level and employment status.

6 Ways Sports Combats Stress During A Divorce

Going through a divorce can drain the life out of you whether you have been married for two or twenty years. It can be one of the most stressful periods in a person's life. It is normal to feel helpless and alone, but how you choose to deal with the effects of a separation will make the whole difference.

Post-divorce changes are part of rebuilding

In the first year or so following your divorce, things may have gone well enough. You and your former spouse may have settled into your co-parenting agreement, and the child support payments arrived on time. After the months of stressful divorce, this may have been a welcome relief, and your life may finally be moving in a positive direction.

What if my divorce settlement isn't as good as my best friend's?

You and your best friend have a tradition: at the beginning of every season, you go shopping together to get that one trendy clothes item everyone wants to have. But you never, ever pay full price. Afterward, you go for coffee and celebrate the good deal you got. It's a game to see how much you can save.

How social media can impact your divorce

A majority of people on this planet are active on social media. Specifically, according to Pew Research Center, 74 percent of the adults that are online are engaged on social networking sites. So, it's not surprising that social media posts are now being used by divorce attorneys in court cases.

How divorce affects your health insurance

Statistics say that nearly 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce. If you are in this group of Americans, issues surrounding custody of children and the division of financial assets are at the head of the list of things to take care of. Following close behind should be health insurance.

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