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How to prove you deserve alimony

As a stay-at-home spouse, you face unique concerns when ending your marriage. One of your main worries may be whether you are able to be financially stable after the divorce. You may have confusion about how to receive spousal maintenance. 

Entrepreneurs should consider a prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements have become increasingly popular in recent years for a number of reasons, and they can be especially beneficial to small business owners in states with community property laws. In states like Arizona, marital property must be divided equally in a divorce even if the marriage involved was a short one. By drafting a prenuptial agreement, couples can decide for themselves how their property will be distributed should they choose to end their marriage.

Protecting financial interests when couples remarry

As some Arizona couples have discovered, remarriage often leads to concerns over finances. About 40% of recent marriages involve a spouse who has been married before. For older adults, the number is higher since two-thirds of Americans ages 55 to 64 have been previously married. Regardless of age, a previously married spouse can bring a lot of financial assets and baggage.

Even in an acrimonious divorce, the kids are the top priority

Some Arizona couples who have decided it best to end their marriage and part ways seem to be able to maintain a cordial relationship and communicate effectively. For others, communication was a significant issue when they were together, and the divorce serves only to exacerbate the problem to the point where each interaction seems to result in a confrontation. For those exes with children, the failure to be able to act maturely and rationally can have a devastating impact on the kids.

Divorce may be more likely in the summer

August is one of the peak months for Arizona residents and others to get divorced. This was one of the main takeaways from a study conducted by researchers from the University of Washington. March, September and January are also months when divorce rates tend to increase. Those who think that their marriages are on shaky ground may want to start preparing for a divorce as soon as possible.

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