It takes a lot more financial untangling when divorce strikes after age 50. Here’s what you need to know.
This advice will help you make the most of your Social Security benefits.
What can a comedian teach the wealthy about marriage planning?
Retirement planning for second-time-around relationships can be difficult.
A high net worth can make the process of splitting up even more savage, but it’s not always about the money.
Divorce carefully, or as Gwyneth Paltrow says, practice “conscious uncoupling.”
Considering remarriage? Sign a prenup.
As over-50 divorce rates rise, don’t forget to negotiate post-retirement alimony.
A woman’s 1993 divorce decree stipulating her right to a share of her ex-husband’s pension benefits wasn’t enough to ensure that she would get them.
Even though you’re divorced, you’re entitled to your ex-spouse’s Social Security and no settlement agreement can change that.