When planning to divorce, couples don’t often realize that timing can have an impact on the financial outcome of the proceedings. Changes to maintenance (formerly known as alimony), 529 college savings plans and tax filing statuses are all potential influencers when deciding when to end...

Couples who choose to divorce later in life often have a multitude of financial assets that need to be divided up in the final settlement, and one of these accounts could be a 529 college savings plan. If the divorcing couple created a 529 college...

In divorce, when an individual is unemployed (either involuntarily or voluntarily), the process of determining maintenance and child support can become complicated. If this becomes an issue in your pending divorce, it’s important to understand what remedies there are to address both underemployment and unemployment. Involuntary...