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How will your children react to your divorce?

Divorce means breaking up a family, and the decision affects everyone. Some children take it better than others, which means that you will need to devote more time to helping those who struggle with the transition. Here are five signs that point to post-divorce...

Avoiding financial issues after a gray divorce

Older couples in Maryland who want to get a divorce are part of a growing trend. The Pew Research Center states that the divorce rate for people age 50 and older is double what it was 25 years ago. These "gray divorces" often bring up unique challenges for the exes...

How to handle finances during and after divorce

Divorcing Maryland couples have a number of financial matters to which they need to attend. For example, if person one is covered by his or her spouse's health insurance plan, that individual should look for other coverage. It might be possible to get COBRA benefits...

Choices about where to live after divorce

Maryland couples who are getting a divorce and who own a home must make a choice as to whether they will sell or keep it. Keeping the home may allow a person to retain a sense of stability, but it can also be expensive. People who make this choice should be sure they...

Divorce can cause changes to tax filings

Financial repercussions can be a major concern for Maryland spouses considering filing for divorce. From the division of assets to dealing with spousal support, there can be major impacts on each party's finances caused by the end of a marriage, and the stress around...

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