Gray Divorce Revolution: Handling Divorce After 50

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There is a misconception that divorce is for the young. Once a couple survives the initial hurdles of marriage and child raising, then gets past the mid-life crises, it seems like their relationship should be in the clear. In reality, older couples are divorcing more than ever before. Overall, the

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Gray Divorce: The Complications Of Divorce After 50

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Although the reasons why are unclear, the divorce rate for couples older than 50 has exploded over the last quarter-century. Since the 1980s, the overall divorce rate has steadily declined. However, since 1990, the divorce rate for Americans older than 50 has doubled and more than doubled for those over 65.

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Will Medicaid cover our newborn son?

Question: My fiancee is on Medicaid. Toward the end of her pregnancy she said that Medicaid would not cover our baby if he had my last name. At the time I didn’t question her because she said once we were married we could change his name to mine. Now everyone

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Health Insurance Options Post-Divorce (Part 2)

By Jennifer M. Paine Attorney, Cordell & Cordell Note: This is Part 2 of a two-part series on health insurance and divorce. Click here to read Part 1, which discussed COBRA. If fear of losing health insurance is the issue holding you back from getting a divorce, you really should

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