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Financial Signals That Point to Divorce – Barron’s

Along with these changed behaviors, there’s a whole other set of red flags to look out for: a noticeable turn for the worse in how your spouse talks about his or her earnings, workplace achievements, or business prospects. He or she starts complaining a lot about money how business is bad, how jobs are at risk, how this year’s bonus is in doubt.

Financial Signals That Point to Divorce – Barron’s

Over 65? How to know if you can afford a ‘gray divorce’ – WTOP

Divorce is not easy for anyone, but it has particular challenges for those that face this life decision after the age of fifty. At this point, there can be a particularly devastating financial hit that can come to both parties. It can take much of your financial stability and freedom away, so this must be considered before making the final decision to separate through divorce.

Over 65? How to know if you can afford a ‘gray divorce’ – WTOP

Divorce settlements come under scrutiny – Financial Times

Divorce settlements are coming under scrutiny. A lot of people have issues with the divorce process and feel that it is not actually fair to them. It’s no question that divorce is one of the hardest things anyone can do in their life. They want everything to work out for them and settlements are one thing that give people a lot of headache.

Divorce settlements come under scrutiny – Financial Times

What’s Mine Is Mine, What’s Yours Is Yours – Or Maybe Not

You are going to get married. You have substantial net worth. You have a business that you have built up over the years and it is now doing well. You are excited about your upcoming marriage and you don’t want to do anything that might take the excitement out of the process. Since you already own the business and you already have accumulated your worth, there seems to be nothing to worry about.

What’s Mine Is Mine, What’s Yours Is Yours – Or Maybe Not

Your Sneaky Dog Of A Spouse Is Probably Netflix Cheating On You, Survey Says

There may be a new relationship killer, and it takes place on Netflix. A new survey shows that most people will watch ahead on a show that they were watching together. This means that they are using Netflix to technically cheat on their partner. This can cause some major riff, so don’t do it.

Your Sneaky Dog Of A Spouse Is Probably Netflix Cheating On You, Survey Says

Sometimes Loving Him Means Letting Him Walk Away

“The Dance” is a concept about being in an abusive or unhealthy relationship. A relationship in which one partner has all the control and the other is left feeling helpless. Most of the time these two people come together for a reason. Unknowingly, they have been practicing these roles their entire lives. Once in these relationships, the best thing to do for the “helpless” one, is to let go. The narcissistic control freak does not need someone that will stick by them, but someone that will leave them to teach them a lesson.

Sometimes Loving Him Means Letting Him Walk Away