It may come down to which party has the strongest will or the toughest lawyer. But there's another way.
Is a cheap divorce at a storefront the best route or a fancy, expensive attorney?
A word of caution: A lot can go wrong with your nuptials.
Not to be a sour note on Cupid’s big day, but studies show that money troubles are the primary driver of divorces in the U.S. these days.
When the adrenaline rush of an engagement wears off, reality sets in: We’ve got a wedding to pay for.
Finances tend to improve for wealthy women after a divorce, and a big alimony check isn't the reason.
Breaking up is hard to do – but you can at least make the money part easier. Remember these financial steps during your divorce, and a tough time will go much smoother.
Divorce can be a disaster for both emotions and bank account. But if you’re heading down this path, timing is everything.
A marriage is more likely to end in divorce when a husband loses his job, according to new research set to be published in the American Journal of Sociology.
Weddings are costly enough without Father of The Bride, Steel Magnolias, Sixteen Candles and The Godfather breaking the budget.