Monthly Archives: December 2014

income tax and divorce

Divorce Tax Questions for the New Year

As 2015 approaches, many divorcing couples are wondering how to handle the issue of income taxes. Unless you have a strong agreement already in place, taxes can be a source of contention between you...
retirement fund and divorce

Should I Fight My Ex Over My Retirement Fund?

No matter what types of assets you have accumulated in your marriage, it is often difficult to know exactly how to divide them. Rarely do couples leave a marriage with exactly what they took...
Holiday Travel

Tips for Traveling With Kids

The holidays are often a time of travel for you and your children. This year, instead of fighting the seemingly endless battles with your kids and possibly your ex-spouse, plan ahead for travel and...
Getting through the holidays

How To Get Through the Holidays

It is very easy during this time of year to become angry, bitter or upset at your former spouse, particularly if she uses the holidays as an opportunity to goad you or tries to...
Productive Discussions with Ex-spouse

Having a Productive Discussion With Your Ex

You may believe it is impossible to have a productive discussion with your ex, but in reality most couples can work out their differences given enough time and a good strategy. There are several...
grandparents rights

What Rights Do Grandparents Have?

The holidays are a time when grandparents are often put in a very bad position. They may have been used to seeing their grandchildren throughout the holidays, but divorce may change that. If you...