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When cohabiting becomes complicated

12647699_S.jpgWhen baby boomers were growing up divorce rates, along with the general public's approval of divorce, were much lower. In the 1950s and 1960s, not only were people expected to marry and remain married for life, but they were also expected to do so without ever having lived together.

How you may be able to claim benefits on an ex-spouse's Social Security record

34468000_S.jpgWhen a couple decides to divorce, money is often a, if not the, major concern. When coming to an agreement about the division of marital assets, divorcing spouses must not only take into account their current, but also future financial needs. For individuals who are in their 50s or early 60s, it's important to have enough money to retire and live out one's retirement years comfortably.

How to achieve courtroom success in your divorce case

16995420_S.jpgThe divorce process is often equated to being on a roller coaster. Not only is divorce full of many emotional ups and downs, but you also never quite know what to expect. This is particularly true in cases where divorcing spouses aren't able to come to an agreement about how assets should be divided or who should retain primary child custody of a child. In cases where a divorce case becomes contentious and is headed for court, it's important to be prepared.

When divorced parents struggle to co-parent

31020940_S.jpgFor parents who choose to divorce, the wellbeing of a shared child is often the main concern. In cases where parents share physical custody of a child, it's critical that both remain committed to providing a loving, welcoming and supportive environment in which a son or daughter feels safe and comfortable. In addition to ensuring that a child has a predictable routine, proper nutrition and the creature comforts needed to feel at home in each parent's residence; a child also needs to know that his or her parents are committed to each other and the responsibilities associated with co-parenting.

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