Archive: Month: May 2016

5 Things Not To Expect Going Through Divorce

May 31, 2016

If there is one thing that everyone can agree upon when it comes to divorce, it’s that it is predictably unpredictable. Just when you think you have it figured out (to some degree) and you are on the path of recovery — wham! You walk right into [...]

Getting Remarried? How To Avoid The Marriage Tax Penalty

May 23, 2016

Love is said to be lovelier the second time around, but for an increasing number of older Americans, that second time around doesn’t always include re-tying the knot. In fact, people age 50 and up are the fastest-growing group of unmarried [...]

No Sound, No Fury, No Marriage

May 23, 2016

Three years ago, my husband and I broke up after two decades of marriage. Our path since has been so gentle that we have been the cause of confusion and gossip in our little Colorado mountain town. Both of our cars are often in the driveway, [...]

3 Ways the Child Support System Rips Apart Families

May 20, 2016

Ideally, the child support system should ensure all the financial necessities needed to raise a child are covered, with both parents providing fair and adequate contributions. However, time and time again the system fails in this regard. In fact, [...]