One of the biggest assets many people have to divide during their divorce is the equity in their home -- which can be a problem when opinions differ on the home's true value and the most recent evaluation was done years before at its purchase.
A lot of divorced people end up with a ring (or rings) that they no longer want.
Family heirlooms often get caught up in bitter divorce fights -- especially when they're both highly portable and valuable.
Some of the biggest issues in a divorce are provoked by the littlest things -- like engagement rings.
If you and your spouse are at the end of your relationship, one of the first things that you need to attend to is your joint bank account.
How do you discuss a prenuptial agreement with your intended without setting off a bunch of emotional fireworks?
There are two types of attorneys who are confronted with little things that mean a lot: the lawyers who handle estates and those who handle divorces.
Do you have a divorce plan for your dog? What about the cat?
When divorce suddenly photobombs the perfect mental picture of the retirement plans you once had with your spouse, is there any way to restore the main image (and the plans that go with it)?