Single Parents in Quarantine

Written by Attorney Joryn Jenkins

Parenting is difficult enough as it is, but now with added stress due to the Coronavirus, parenting has become all the more challenging. Single parenting always comes with its trials and tribulations, whether it’s co-parenting, making the best decisions for the s...


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7 Ways to Save Money While Going Through a Divorce

Written by Lidia Staron

Divorce is often a long, exhausting, and financially draining process. This article outlines the best strategies to save money during a divorce, and even afterwards.


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Co-Parenting and Alcohol Monitoring: Keeping Children Safe With Soberlink

Getting a divorce presents a slew of unique challenges. If you have children, one of these challenges may involve negotiating a custody agreement that best suits your child's needs. While often difficult in its own right, constructing an appropriate co-parenting plan can become increasingly compl...


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The Real Credit Queen's View on Credit

Written by Angela Setters

Conquer Credit Management has been the go-to in the entertainment and high-profile world for credit management and restoration for more than 25 years. FICO scores run the world of instant approval  as well as overall personal status—and not to mention one’s quiet ego tha...


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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Deciding to Stay in the Family Home After Divorce

Written by Kimberly R. Nelson, C.F.A., C.D.F.A.

When I sit down with clients who are considering a divorce or already have the ball rolling, I have learned that deciding what to do with the family home has far more to do with emotions than it does with practical financial planning. Our homes are ...


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