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These tips can help you dress better for your court date

While dress codes generally aren't as strict as they used to be, if you're going to court during your divorce, how you dress may make a substantial difference in the outcome. For example, if you're seeking spousal support, coming to court in a designer dress with an expensive handbag might not be the right way to convince the judge of your financial need.

Let your attorney reduce your stress during a divorce

The end of a marriage can be emotionally taxing, and there's no question that the last thing you want to do is to deal with legal paperwork and court dates. This is why you should begin working with your attorney as soon as you can. If you do, your attorney can focus on negotiating for the assets you want and having your settlement prepared while you focus on your own health and future.

What are some facts about hiding marital assets?

After a divorce, there may be times when you want to take your ex-spouse back to court. For example, if you settled on how to divide your assets but later found out that your ex-spouse had hidden assets, you'd be within your rights to take them back to court.

The benefits of creating a postnuptial agreement

When you finally meet the person with whom you want to spend the rest of your life there's a lot that goes through your mind. What type of ring should you buy? Where will you live? How will you handle the holidays? What about having kids? These are all questions that will soon be answered. One thing, however, that many couples fail to do prior to getting married is to create a prenuptial agreement that will govern their actions if a divorce ever happens.

2 things that will help your post-divorce credit

Your credit is everything in the modern world. If you want to buy a home, a car or buy something on a credit card, it's vital to be in good standing with the various banks and financial institutions of the world. However, many spouses find themselves in difficult credit circumstances after they complete their divorce process. Here are two things you can do before and/or during your divorce to improve your post-divorce credit situation:

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