Gray divorce (also known as a “silver splitter”) is a divorce between two older adults, typically in their 50s or older, whose marriage lasted for an average of 20 to 30 years.
Author: Raymond Hekmat
Money can be tricky to manage as a married couple. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to cover every financial situation, there are some general principles that are best practices for successful relationships.
Making a name change after marriage is definitely a lot of work, but it’s worth the effort to have peace of mind in the end. With this guide, you’ll be able to tackle each name change systematically and have the most important documents updated.
The honeymoon phase can be a source of positivity and a timely opportunity to build on the long-term success of your relationship. Here are some tips for making the most of it.
Spousal support, also known as alimony, is a court-ordered payment one spouse makes to the other following a divorce.
California is a no-fault state, meaning you don’t have to make a case for why you want a divorce from your spouse.
What clauses should you include and what do you need to consider when developing them? This article will help clear this up for California couples.
The 7-Year Itch is the idea that marriages start to decline or end in divorce around the seven-year mark due to boredom or even unhappiness. Let’s dig deeper on whether this is true.
Let’s review what you must consider before electing to use an online service to draft your prenup and whether or not it is legal to do so in California.
You and your soon-to-be-ex need to be aware of the intricacies of the California laws regarding divorce to keep the procedure as simple, smooth, and cost-effective as possible.
The underlying reason for almost every divorce case is lack of communication. Yes, even in cases over money, it was the lack of conversations about money that led to the relationship’s demise.