Unemployment Poses Huge Divorce Risk For Men

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Arguments over finances are often cited as one of the key predictors of divorce. However, a new study published in the American Sociological Review suggests employment status and gender expectations might have more to do with a couple’s risk of divorce than how much money they’re each making.

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Does Termination Of Child Support Affect Arrears?

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Question: A judge granted me divorce and majority time-sharing with my ex. The judge also said I do not have to pay child support. However, the Department of Revenue says I still owe arrears. With all the expenses of raising my children, rent, car payments, etc. I cannot afford these

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Accessing Account Passwords During Divorce

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Question: During our marriage, my wife and I stored all of our account passwords on a sheet of paper in our home office. During mediation, we agreed to provide the previous three months of bank statements, which should include credit cards. I handed mine over, but she has refused to

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Budgeting Money Before, During & After Divorce

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A divorce can destroy an individual’s finances for years to come. The average cost of a divorce ranges anywhere from $4,000 to $15,000 or more. On top of that, it’s likely you’ll be left paying child support or spousal support, which can rapidly drain your savings. With so much at

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Modifying Child Support And Custody

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Question: I am currently unemployed and owe around $600 in child support. I had been paying since before my divorce, but simply can’t afford the payments anymore. Additionally, I have not been allowed to see my daughter for nearly a year. What can I do to lower or postpone the

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