Legal Advice for “Divorce Finances” — 7 results
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Close Joint Accounts If a divorce is imminent, you should immediately contact joint-credit-card companies in writing to freeze or cancel your joint accounts. You do not want to be... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 2 years ago.
Determine who will be responsible for paying any secured debt such as a mortgage or car payment. Generally, secured debt is assigned to the party who will keep the property, however, there... more
Written by attorney Lori Williams, over 3 years ago.
By: Lori T. Williams, Esq.
David Keblaitis, Mortgage Professional
Part 3 of my series on Family Law featuresDavid Keblaitis, Owner ofHome Funding Group, who share how divorce impacts a... more
Written by attorney Stephen McDonough, about 5 years ago.
Do Not Ignore College Funding In Your Divorce/Separation Agreement For some couples, planning for their kid's college education may seem like a distant issue that they would rather forget... more
Written by attorney Anna E Meddin, almost 2 years ago.
Your divorce has been finalized and a Final Judgment has been entered by the court. However, you are not yet ready to move on without knowing what will happen to your finances. Here are... more
Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, over 2 years ago.
When you're getting divorced in Virginia, money matters are at the top of the list of things that need to be addressed. Your Virginia Beach divorce attorney can help you with some of the... more
Written by attorney Timothy W Durkin, almost 3 years ago.
Most people are already aware that the fees that come with a divorce settlement can be costly; attorney fees and other basic legal expenses are enough to stress someone with an average... more