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While the divorce rate has been steadily declining for most age groups, those nearing retirement age (the Baby Boomers) have seen a drastic increase over the last couple of decades. In some ways, this could be a positive thing; it … Continue reading

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It is a trope often repeated in movies, television shows, and popular music. When a couple gets divorced, everyone “knows” that each spouse gets half of all of the couple’s property, including the assets that each person had coming into … Continue reading

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When you are single, anything and everything you buy belongs solely to you. Any shopping trip or purchase decision impacts only you and the people with whom you choose to share that purchase. When you are married, on the other … Continue reading

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