How to Deal with Student Loan Debt After a Divorce

Written by C.P.A. & Financial Expert Ginita Wall, Co-founder of WIFE.org and originator of the acclaimed Second Saturday program (“What Women Need to Know About Divorce”)

Do you have student loan debt? You are not alone. According to The Institute for College Access & Success, nearly 70% of students graduate college with more than just a diploma. They also leave college with a hefty amount of debt. The average loan burden is $28,950 per student, and that number jumps dramatically for grad students. 

If you are seeking a divorce, those student loan payments will likely become a lot more...


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How to Protect Children, Finances and Help Families Move Forward

Written by Divorce & Family Lawyer Mitchell Arons

Divorce doesn’t have to be a knock-down, drag-out fight full of fear and dissension. If done correctly, the process of divorcing should actually be a transition in which the couple and the family end up in a better emotional place than where they began. It helps that the nature of divorce has changed over the past 25 plus years that I’ve been practicing family law. 


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A Guide to Getting a Divorce in South Florida

Written by Florida Matrimonial Law Attorney Hugo E. Acebo

Getting a divorce is never an easy decision to make, especially when there are children involved. It’s a life-altering event filled with highs and lows, but when the proper steps are taken and all factors have been carefully considered, you’ll come out on the other side better for it. So, before taking such an important step, there are a few basic things you should know about the process. For starters, divorce is handled differently in each state. If you’re in Florida, you’re in luck! Here’s a handy guide to getting a divorce in...


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Meet Lori Zuker Briller, Co-founder of The Grapevine Agency

Lori Zuker Briller is the co-founder of The Grapevine Agency, a boutique recruiting agency in Beverly Hills. Her professional path has been long and winding, but she’s followed her bliss to her current success as a job match-maker. Lori is all about connecting the right people with each other, and she has a uniquely important perspective on the relationship between nannies and the families they work for. How should a nanny help the family during a divorce? Lori has the scoop. Read on for her story of finding professional fulfillment, followed by her tips for the best way to nanny during a...


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Financial Infidelity and How Can You Protect Yourself?

Written by Lili Vasileff, CFP, MAFF™, CDFA

It doesn’t matter if you are single and beginning a relationship, if you are in a long-term relationship, or if you are negotiating the breakup of a marriage--people often overlook the warning signals for the ways in which they might be taken advantage of financially.


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