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Why older divorcing couples should avoid financial mistakes

The divorce rate for people over the age of 50 is twice what it was 25 years ago, according to the Pew Research Center. Furthermore, divorce rates for older adults in Arizona and the rest of the nation are continuing to rise as more couples choose to go their separate ways near retirement age.

The positive power of a prenuptial agreement

Couples in Arizona may derive a lot of benefits from creating a prenuptial agreement together. For instance, it may be possible to address any potential power imbalances that may exist because one partner makes more money than the other. The development of an agreement before getting married may prevent an unspoken power structure from potentially derailing the relationship. For instance, the person who makes the most money may mistakenly believe that he or she is better than his or her partner.

Why divorce court isn't a good place for revenge

For many people in Arizona who want to end their marriages, portrayals of divorce in television and movies can make the process seem even more intimidating. Many dramatic divorce stories focus on tales of revenge or righteous anger after infidelity, financial betrayal or other serious breaches of marital trust. However, for real-life couples going through divorce, the picture can be much less dramatic.

How divorce may differ for people in their 20s

Arizona 20-somethings who get a divorce might feel isolated among their peers. Divorce among younger couples is on the decline, and one reason is because people are getting married later in life. The median age at marriage rose in 2016 to 27.4 for women and 29.5 for men. People in their 20s who get a divorce might struggle to find peers in the same situation or even friends who have married in the first place.

5 reasons you may be able to reduce alimony payments

You may be making spousal maintenance payments to support your ex after divorce. This is a normal aspect of many divorce settlement agreements. But what do you do when you are struggling to make alimony payments or you see your former spouse living with someone who can financially support him or her?

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