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February 2015 Archives

Post divorce or split: taking steps to provide for a child's financial needs

Whether parents are going through a divorce or were never married, it's important to take steps to legally decide and define terms related to child custody. There's nothing more important that a child's wellbeing and having a legally enforceable child custody and visitation agreement helps a child feel more secure in knowing when he or she will see or be with each parent and also helps ensure that both parents abide by previously agreed-upon terms.

Is your spouse guilty of committing financial infidelity?

family-debt.jpgMost Chicago-area residents would likely agree that there's no room for infidelity in a healthy marriage. However, not all types of infidelity involve another man or woman. In fact, according to the National Endowment for Financial Education, so-called financial infidelity is common among roughly one-third of couples who have combined financial accounts.

Regaining a sense of control through the divorce process

With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, many married couples throughout the Chicagoland area are rushing to finalize dinner plans and find the perfect gift or card for a spouse. For some spouses, however, Valentine's Day and the messages of love and romance that accompany it serve as a painful reminder of the unhappy state of their marriage.

Divorce and the healing process

Individuals who are going through a divorce or who are recently divorced are dealing with many life changes. In addition to the possible changes to one's child custody, financial and social situations; dealing with the loss of a marriage and one's new single status can also be a difficult adjustment.

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