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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5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Divorce Consultant Service

Written by Katie Lynch of Apiary Consulting

1. Save Time

Whether you are the homemaker or the rainmaker, time is hard to come by in this day and age, especially if you are used to the pace of a city like New York or LA. One of the biggest misconceptions going into a divorce is that your attorney deals with everything. Wrong. 


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The Top Three Reasons to File Your Divorce Online

Completing your divorce online is a new technological phenomenon that can make your life a whole lot easier. Controlling your divorce process from the comfort of your home (or wherever else you may be) will save you time, money, and your sanity. Some divorces call for an attorney. For example, if you and your spouse cannot come to an agreement about the terms of your divorce, bringing in a professional mediator may be your only option. However, if you do not want to fight it out till the bitter end in court, there is a simpler, cheaper option: File online! At It’s Over Easy, we’ve created...


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Why You Should Say "F*** It" & Get a Divorce

Written by Steve Kane


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Filing for Divorce in California vs. New York

For couples who have bicoastal residences, the decision to file for divorce in New York or California may drastically change the divorce process and the terms of the marital agreement. Furthermore, doing the legal research on this topic may be complicated, tedious, and ultimately incomplete, given the lack of accessible resources. In an attempt to make your life easier, we have distinguished the key differences that you may want to consider before filing your divorce in either state.


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