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Health Insurance After a Divorce

According to a study by the National Institutes of Health, there are approximately 1 million divorces per year. Of those divorces, roughly 115,000 women lose health insurance in the months following the divorce and 65,000 of those women remain uninsured. Furthermore, many of these women remain uninsured for 2 years or longer. Especially at risk are women who rely primarily on their spouse’s employer-sponsored health care plan.

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How To Find Hidden Assets by Looking at a Tax Return

“What is my spouse hiding?” While it’s a pretty easy question to ask, it’s much more difficult to answer. It’s especially difficult if, like many families, only one of you dealt with the finances. Fortunately, the clues are usually there, if you know where to look. One of the best places to start is in your own tax return.

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5 Ways Your Ex Can Try To Hide Income on Their Financial Affidavit

Divorce can be one of the biggest challenges that you’ll ever face. It’s even more difficult when you have reason to suspect that your soon-to-be ex might be holding something back. After all, every dollar that goes to you is a dollar that doesn’t go to your ex. And when you’re facing the prospect that your resources will now be supporting two separate households, that’s important.

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5 Considerations About Paying off Debt in a Divorce

One of the biggest divorce-related questions is: “Should we pay off our debt before the divorce?” While it seems pretty straightforward in many situations, there are times when the answer might not be so clear. This article contains five things you should consider about paying off your debt.

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Should We Sell Our House During a Divorce?

One of the biggest challenges a divorcing couple faces is the equitable distribution of their property. In other words, answering the question, “Who gets what?” in a manner that is fair to both parties. If you’re relatively young and don’t own a lot of property, this might be pretty simple. However, if you own a home together, it can be a little more complicated.