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Subtle divorce warning signs

Divorce warning signs are not always as obvious as a public shouting match at a gathering with friends and family. You do not always come home to find your spouse in bed with someone else. These things do happen, but many relationships deteriorate far more slowly, working their way toward divorce as two people drift apart. Often, the warning signs are very subtle.

How you can get past anger following a divorce

Divorce brings on so many different emotions. Many people will feel stress, worry, sadness, anger, disappointment and more. All of these emotions are common and can be dealt with appropriately in due time. Today, we will discuss how you can get past the anger that comes following a divorce in Indianapolis.

Saving retirement from the throngs of divorce

Dealing with divorce brings on a lot of stress, worry and anger. Even if you knew this was inevitable, it can still be an emotional situation to work through in life. One of the biggest worries for people going through divorce is if it will destroy their retirement. This is a legitimate worry that will be addressed in today's post.

Is your spouse hiding assets?

You don't know with absolute certainty what assets your spouse has. What you do know, as you work through your divorce, is that you thought the totals were higher than they appear. You're shocked by just how little he or she says that you're going to get.

What to include in your prenuptial agreement

Getting married means you are planning for one of the biggest days of your life. The planning is immense. It's so immense that you might miss something. A common item many engaged couples miss is the creation of a prenuptial agreement. Here's what you should include in such a document.

How can I protect myself if our divorce includes a business?

If you have always relied on a family business to make ends meet, the thought of having to step away from that security might make you sick. When you are going through a divorce, this is a real possibility.

Learn how you can help your credit report after divorce

Many people count on having good credit to be able to enjoy the finer things in life. When you go through a divorce, you might not realize that your credit is one of the things that might be impacted. If you are facing the prospect of a divorce or are in the midst of one, you should think about how you can try to prevent negative hits to your credit report.

Factors that could nullify your prenuptial agreement

Divorces can have major financial implications, especially if you own expensive property or large sums of money. It is always a good idea to protect yourself and sign a prenuptial agreement. Some couples believe signing a prenuptial agreement means they are preparing to break up even before getting married. But in reality it is a great way to stay safe and makes sure you do not lose your assets after divorce. Although prenuptial agreements are strong and hold up in court, there might be some circumstances in which they can be nullified.

Should you sign a prenuptial agreement?

Marriage is a sacred bond between two people who want to spend the rest of their lives together. There are some instances where a marriage does not work out, leading to months and years of complicated divorce proceedings. A prenuptial agreement is a common legal contract before marriage. It protects the property and financial rights of those involved. The agreement includes provisions for property division, alimony and other financial factors in case of divorce.