Attorney Fagan’s eBook Helps Couples Understand ‘Gray Divorce’
Divorce after age 50 is on the rise, and it leaves couples with many questions about the future. Instead of settling into post-retirement bliss, separating couples must divide valuable and sentimental assets, consider retirement funds and health insurance, address any outstanding debts, and even update their wills and estate plans.
Fortunately, older couples usually do not have to worry about child custody or child support because children are generally grown up and out of the house. Still, if one spouse stayed out of the workforce to raise children, you may need to negotiate alimony and discuss how to divide your marital property fairly and equitably.
In his Gray Divorce eBook, Attorney Fagan covers the major considerations of divorcing after age 50, including:
- Property and assets
- The family home
- Social security
- Spousal support and alimony
- Health insurance
- Wills and estate planning paperwork
Whether you want to stay on your spouse’s health insurance, work out a way where you can both retire comfortably, or simply leave your marriage with enough assets to survive, our eBook addresses all the topics you may need to think about.
Although divorcing later in life can be challenging, it can also be extremely freeing. As long as you protect your best interests, you can live the last years of your life according to your wishes. The process may be stressful, but it should be worth it – especially if you have the right advocate on your side.
Before initiating a gray divorce, read our eBook, “Divorcing After Age 50 in Texas: What it Can Mean for You and Your Spouse.” Fill out the form at the bottom of the page to download it for free.
Of course, no eBook is a substitute for personalized representation from a qualified family law attorney.