Are you preparing to go through a divorce?
Have you already completed a divorce but are still in the process of splitting up assets?
Before you go any further, take a step back and ask yourself this:
Does my ex have my best interests in... (Read More)
At Hoffman Divorce Strategies we regularly provide post-divorce assistance for our clients.
Even if you and your ex-spouse have successfully reached a divorce settlement, there may be further matters to address including property settlements... (Read More)
Not only are divorces emotionally draining, they often take a significant amount of time to complete. Depending on where you live and how quickly the courts move in your area, you could be looking at anywhere from three months to three years before... (Read More)
Did you know that April is Stress Awareness Month?
To celebrate the occasion, WalletHub created a study with the goal of finding out which of America's states is most stressed out. Using an equation that took factors like work, health, and family... (Read More)
Getting a divorce is an emotionally and physically exhausting process. Not only are you tasked with splitting up property and in some cases, moving, you also have to maintain some semblance of your daily routine including running errands, taking... (Read More)
Once a divorce is finalized, and reality sets in, many individuals feel an intense wave of negative emotions. These feelings can range from sadness and jealousy to intense anger.
While it's perfectly natural to feel the loss of a relationship... (Read More)
If you and your spouse have decided to move forward with the divorce process, it is critical that you take your finances into account.
Even if the termination of your marriage is a mutual decision, if you or your spouse make drastically different... (Read More)
The divorce process is often rife with negative emotions and accusations of he-said, she-said, but even the most contentious proceedings are usually solved within a years time, allowing both parties to move on and live a (hopefully) much happier... (Read More)
When a marriage ends, it's normal for both parties to isolate. This process allows for reflection, recovery, and personal growth, but at some point, it should come to an end. This doesn't always happen, though.
In some cases, divorced individuals... (Read More)