When you're going through a divorce, it's far too easy to make mistakes that may cost you for years to come. Here's what you need to know.
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A financial adviser who specializes in divorces outlines the steps you need to take after your marriage ends to ensure your financial health.
Car service Uber is temporarily slashing its fares in New York City by 20 percent, making its fares cheaper than those of traditional yellow cabs.
The latest high-tech way to hide assets is with Bitcoins. And if few people are using them to conceal assets in divorces yet, they likely will be soon.
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In a divorce, you may lose income, moral support and a safety net. These often-forgotten but critical steps will get your financial life back together.
In most marriages, one person manages the legal and money matters. But the one who doesn't must still stay in the know, or they risk becoming an out spouse.
If your ex-partner is determined not to pay child support or can't pay, there isn't much you can do. Still, there are some strategies that are worth employing.
We never saw Carol and Mike Brady talk about updating their insurance or paying for college. But in a modern blended family, its best to get those discussions started early.
Hubert Joly, CEO of Best Buy, sells some stock to help pay for his divorce settlement, the retailer discloses in a regulatory filing.
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