Hooray! Your divorce has been finalized and although it is a time filled with mixed emotions, it is a relief to know that the bickering is over, the court proceedings are over, the paperwork is over, and keeping your attorney on speed dial is over. However, before you start adjusting to your single life, there are a few things, both financially and legally, that you need to pay attention to.
What happens if the party obligated to pay child or spousal support suddenly becomes unemployed? A New insurance group now offers Marital Settlement Agreement Insurance to insure divorce obligations during periods of unemployment.
Should A Life Insurance Policy Still Be In Place To Ensure Spousal Support Even After It Has Stopped? No matter what side of the coin you are on, it is important to make sure you discuss your life insurance policy case with a knowledgeable family law attorney.
How Effective Will The Affordable Care Act Be For Women Suffering Health Insurance Loss After Divorce? Approximately 115,000 women lose their private health insurance every year as a result of divorce, according to a recent University of Michigan study. “Given
Does Ohio’s long-term care insurance program make sense for you and your family? Attorney Joseph Balmer provides an update for Medicaid participants in Ohio.