Divorce After 50: Your Guide

The only book with legal information and practical advice for older Americans dealing with divorce If you're considering divorce later in life, you'll face unique and complex situations and decisions that simply don't apply to your younger counterparts. Written by an attorney who specializes in divorce among the over-50 age group, Divorce After 50 covers these subjects and much more: how to get guidance from friends, family, and, as needed, lawyers ways to divorce - collaborative, mediated, contested, etc. marital property: what it is, what you do with it, and how to divide assets and liabilities how to survive financially during and after divorce how health care and estate planning are impacted by divorce alternatives to divorce, including post-nuptial agreements Divorce rates are soaring among seniors, but the legal and emotional challenges you face as an older adult are different from those that apply to younger divorcees. That's why you need Divorce After 50, the only guide around that addresses the challenges unique to your age group. You'll get all the information you need to decide whether and how to divorce, plus plenty of divorce survival stories that help you determine your options -- and show you that there is, indeed, life after divorce, no matter what your age.

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101 Things Not To Do In A Divorce

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Divorce For Dummies

Since Divorce For Dummies, 2nd Edition published in 2005, there have been considerable changes in collaborative divorces, common law marriages, same sex marriages, visitation, and even custody laws (from children to pets). Divorce For Dummies, 3rd Edition includes 25 percent new, revised, and refreshed material covering all of the above.

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The Guide to a Smart Divorce (2012)

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Divorce & Money

Divorcing? Get everything you need to split assets and debts as fairly as possible. When you're going through divorce, you have to make an overwhelming number of financial decisions. Should you sell the house? What happens to retirement benefits? How will you handle taxes? Full of sensitive and practical advice, Divorce & Money guides you through the process of making these important, and sometimes life-altering decisions. It covers how to: decide whether to keep or sell the house protect yourself against misuse of joint accounts and credit cards avoid tax problems handle alimony and child support divide debts fairly avoid hasty decisions that could hurt you financially reduce risks to your investments understand how a court evaluates assets gain financial stability as a single person The fully updated 10th edition provides the latest tax figures and data, plus new information on dealing with credit problems, bankruptcy, foreclosure, and the other varied effects of divorcing in a down economy.

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