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What Is A QDRO?

In a divorce agreement, a QDRO ensures that an ex-spouse receives a predefined portion of an individual’s retirement plan. Consult with our experienced divorce and family law attorney for help if you would like to learn more. You can learn more @ https://finance.yahoo.com/news/qualified-domestic-relations-order-175101099.html?fbclid=IwAR0XKA12ZMj_DlsvNdNDCbLsrek2GXMumDuvOj-2aitOds_jxr6v09fI6ks

Divorce & Your Emotions

Few people expect to get over their divorce quickly and painlessly. Getting a divorce may be a big life change that can involve many different emotions – both good and bad. You can learn more @ https://www.liveabout.com/tips-for-healing-after-divorce-1102829

After Divorce – Who Keeps The House?

Almost half of those who felt their ex-partner was mainly at fault for their divorce ended up staying in the family home. You can read more HERE. Selling the home was the ideal outcome for people who blamed themselves for the divorce. If you need help understand your options during a divorce, contact Walters Law Group for help!

Don’t Forget To Talk About College Planning For Children During A Divorce

Divorce & College Planning Getting divorced? Don’t forget to talk about and plan for how you will pay for your kids’ college. You can learn more @ www.cnbc.com (CLICK KERE) Divorce and remarrying can have an impact on financial aid eligibility, and some schools will require financial information from both parents Regardless of your home state’s rules, experts say that divorcing parents should work out an agreement about college for their children Some states require parents to address how they will pay for college in divorce decrees

Surprises Faced By Women During Divorce

According to MarketWatch women face these surprises during a divorce. They are mostly financial surprises: Assuming child support and/or alimony would be higher or last longer Assuming they could keep the marital home Being unaware of the total size of their marital debt including the primary mortgage, home equity line of credit, auto financing, credit card debt, 401(k) loans and student loans Not anticipating they would have to return to the workforce The staggering cost of health care insurance Underestimating the cost of getting a divorce More women are payingContinue reading