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October 2019 Archives

Managing investments during a divorce

The fact that financial challenges can affect marriages is nothing new; some married individuals with student loan debt said that the debt was a factor in the dissolution of their marriage. Indiana residents may be interested in learning how to manage their investments through divorce.

Using strategic divorce in order to save money on taxes

Some couples in Indiana are concerned about how much they will have to pay in taxes because of what is being called the "marriage penalty." Taxpayers who file as a married couple and have a taxable income in the 37% bracket may look at a strategic divorce in order to avoid this levy.

The risks of informally stepping in to raise your grandkids

As a parent, you often do anything and everything you can to support your child in their struggle for a successful life. If your child has run into unexpected hardships, you may have to take over some of their responsibilities. For example, severe addiction, incarceration due to criminal charges or extreme medical conditions could all lead to a parent being physically or legally unable to care for their children.

Signs experts say indicate divorce is on the horizon

Indiana residents may be interested in hearing what some indicators are that could mean a person is headed for divorce. People reach a point in their life where they feel like they might want to get divorced, but they still have doubts. They appreciate that divorce will change their life, so it's not a decision that they want to make quickly.

How should we tell the kids about our divorce?

When contemplating the prospect of ending a marriage, it is understandable for parents in Indiana to struggle with how the event may impact their children and how they should even tell their kids about a divorce. Breaking the news about any major life change may be difficult but there are clear steps parents can take to help their kids and set up an open line of communication for the following time.

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