Washington couples seeking to split are generally confronted with complicated financial questions. Decoupling credit in dissolution of marriage can present some surprising issues.
Washington married couples who are seeking advice about staying happy in their unions might be well served by talking candidly with people for whom marriage did not work out. Recently, the National Institutes of Health released findings from their "Early Years of Marriage Project," which has studied marriage and divorce for more than 25 years.
Washington state couples seeking to split amicably should be careful to avoid financial mistakes in the interest of being nice. Dissolution of marriage can be a very complex process fraught with unanticipated consequences.
Washington state pet owners who are considering dissolution of marriage will be interested to know that they are not alone in wanting to consider the best interests of their animal companions.
Many Spokane readers may be aware that filing for divorce later in life will likely affect your retirement security. However, Baby Boomers continue to be the most popular generation to dissolve their marriages and it is possible to end a marriage and preserve much of what you have invested into your retirement savings.
Spokane residents thinking about filing for dissolution of marriage after the New Year are not alone. January is the most popular month for divorce filings, and there are probably a number of factors behind this.