Financial Confidentiality and Divorce

Confidentiality and privacy have long been concerns for divorcing spouses in the United States. Divorce itself has a negative stigma attached to it, regardless of how “normalized” this process has become in recent decades. No one wants to “air their dirty laundry” in public, especially if the details of the marriage are embarrassing or shocking.…


When Divorce Becomes Bankruptcy

  Studies have shown that couples are extremely likely to divorce because of financial reasons. Aside from arguments about sex, money issues represent the number-one reason couples decide to divorce. Almost inevitably, these couples are struggling with serious debt while they are in the process of a divorce, which is why oftentimes divorce becomes bankruptcy.…