Family law just happens to be one of those legal realms that is replete with subject-related primers and how-to overviews regarding how to prepare for divorce and prosper in its aftermath. Commentators from the casual to the erudite (some of them with no real relevant family law qualifications, others with some credentials to buttress their views) routinely weigh in with views on matters ranging from parenting plans to asset division.
A recent article in Penta magazine is notably interesting regarding the subject of wealth accumulation and related concerns. We pass along some material details for readers in today's post.
Facing a divorce can be a tremendously stressful time in your life. Dreams you had about your future and the future of your family may be fading. At the same time, this may be the best choice for you. Going your separate ways may give both of you a chance at the happiness you deserve.
When it comes to a discussion of things like protecting assets or equitably dividing property in a high-asset divorce, the relevant demographic is often denoted as the baby boomer crowd.
A frequent media contributor on the topic of family law notes in a recent article that female spouses working outside the home reportedly earned only about half of the income that their husbands brought home monthly in 1970.