Perhaps one of the most complex, difficult things to handle in a divorce is finances. Even the most cooperative, amicable divorce will still require a division of property, which may be a lengthy and time-consuming process without the help of a good attorney. Even the best case scenario will include dividing between marital and separate property, debts, assets, inheritances. And these are not even addressing the complexity of alimony/maintenance or child support. Post-divorce finances are, in short, deeply complicated.
However, the more information you are equipped with, the more you can prepare yourself for the complex issues that arise during and after a divorce. The Harris Law Firm has prepared a compendium of resources regarding the different concerns of post-divorce finances. For example, our resources include articles on investigating assets, how divorce affects your credit, and how to manage your legal costs.