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  • Over the age of fifty and considering a divorce? Read this blog post first
    Over the age of fifty and considering a divorce? Read this blog post first

    With the benefit of age comes the ability to have built up wealth that stands to benefit you, your spouse, your family and generations of your family to come. The effort that you put into building a ...

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  • Making it through a gray divorce from a financial perspective
    Making it through a gray divorce from a financial perspective

    If you are over the age of fifty and are considering a divorce from your spouse you are not alone. Divorces among people of your age group are becoming more common. Just as with every age group, ...

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  • Completing the Divorce- Handling Retirement and Avoiding Last Minute Problems
    Completing the Divorce- Handling Retirement and Avoiding Last Minute Problems

    A Qualified Domestic Relations Order ( QDRO ) is the key to your being able to turn a Divorce Decree which provides you the right to access a portion of your ex-spouse’s retirement benefits into ...

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  • Social Security Retirement Benefits and Divorce
    Social Security Retirement Benefits and Divorce

    If you are divorced but were married to your spouse for ten or more years you are potentially eligible for spousal benefits through Social Security. However, there is more to this eligibility than ...

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  • Retirement Benefits and Divorce, Concluding Thoughts
    Retirement Benefits and Divorce, Concluding Thoughts

    As long as we’re talking about one unpleasant subject, namely divorce , we may as well talk about another, namely death. A good question to ask yourself is what happens to your share of the retirement ...

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  • In what ways is a retirement plan divisible?
    In what ways is a retirement plan divisible?

    Once you have figured out what retirement plans are in place for you and your spouse, collected information from each and provided that to your attorney, you will need to know how a retirement plan ...

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