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What Happens to the House in Divorce [Ultimate Guide]

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You’re getting a divorce andit’s time to figure out major questions like, What happens to the house in a divorce? Who gets the house in a divorce? Should I keep the house? Do I have to refinance after divorce? What is a divorce house buyout and how does it work?
Take a breath and let’s explore these questions in more depth. We interviewed 3 experts who handle divorce: a realtor, mortgage broker, (more...)

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How to prepare for a recession

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Economists are warning of a recession. This post will help you prepare for a higher chance of unemployment, investment losses and general financial instability. First: What is a recession? A recession is a downturn in the economy. On a broader scale, this means that businesses lose money and industry produces less product for two quarters…

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57 business tools for work-at-home moms

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The ultimate work-at-home mom online toolkit to grow profits in less time. Struggling to grow your online, work-from-home business?  Thankfully, today there are many affordable (or free!) online tools to help you scale, profit and enjoy running your company. Instant access to a variety of scalable, web-based tools can drive organization and boost productivity for…

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8 rules for friends with benefits for single moms

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Maybe you just want sex. Or a fun connection, a physical relationship—but none of the baggage of a full-on relationship. Maybe you're enjoying something really great, but not sure how to define it. Maybe a FWB is right for you. I'm not fond of the term “friends with benefits.” I prefer, “Someone I'm sleeping with,” or…

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What to do When Divorcing Your Spouse AND the House

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If you’re getting divorced, then you should pay extra special attention to the real estate matters of your divorce.  There are many complexities when it comes to divorce and real estate and the potential for problems can be many.  Having professionals who understand these complexities and can work as a team to make things flow easier for you in the process of your divorce, can be priceless.

“Home should be an anchor, a port (more...)

Prepping For Back To School As A Single Parent

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The back to school season is one that is both hectic and exciting for parents and kids alike. Getting back into the routine of the school year is a difficult feat, especially as a single mom or dad. As you start shopping for supplies, planning out schedules, and balancing extracurriculars, it’s important to prepare for all that lies ahead. Consider the tips below as your guide to prepping for back-to-school as a single parent.
Utilize Tutoring Programs
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How To Meet Your Next Romantic Partner When Dating After Divorce

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Are you new to dating after divorce? If you were asked how you met your previous romantic partners, you might say that friends introduced you or you were set up on a blind date. Recent data has revealed that online dating is now the most common way to meet new partners.
In a survey of over 3,500 heterosexual couples, the data revealed:
2% of couples met online in 1995.
5% met online in 2000.
20% met online by (more...)

Living Separately While Married: Where do I Live?

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WHERE TO LIVE WHILE YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE ARE SEPARATED?  
If you are considering a divorce in North Carolina then you probably already know that you must be separated for one year before you can file for Absolute Divorce. This means you may need to go house hunting for a short-term rental which only adds more stress. Fortunately, there are some very important steps you can take during the separation period that can make this transition a bit (more...)

What You Need To Know About Bankruptcy And Divorce

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Guest post by Eva G. Bacevice, bankruptcy attorney and contributing writer at Upsolve
Divorce and bankruptcy often go together hand-in-hand. Financial strain can accelerate marital strife just as easily as pending separation can negatively impact your financial stability. While you may need to seek legal relief on both fronts, it is important to know how they impact one another, and that your personal circumstances will determine the best order to address them.
Types Of Bankruptcy
To begin, we will (more...)