6 Divorce Blogs that Offer Great Divorce Advice for Women

6 Divorce Blogs that Offer Great Divorce Advice for Women

Divorce Blogs that Offer Divorce Advice for Women When I wrote this post the other day 8 Best and Recommended Divorce Blogs I did not focus on gender. But I have noticed that blogs definitely are very gender specific and most divorce blogs are written for women. Have you noticed that? In this post, I […]

Returning to Work After Divorce: For Moms Who Left Their Jobs To Care For Their Family

Returning to Work After Divorce:  For Moms Who Left Their Jobs To Care For Their Family

RETURNING TO WORK AFTER DIVORCE Excerpted from: The Golden Book of Secrets For Moms Re-entering the Workforce After Divorce A Divorce Saloon International GOLD STAR  Report – by Marion TD Lewis, Editor in Chief of Divorce Saloon © Premium Content – $1.00   Returning to work after divorce: When Stay at Home Moms Decide to Return to the Workforce […]

Study Finds That British Women Are Financially Vulnerable After Divorce

Filed in Divorce advice for women British Women Get the Shaft in Divorce The number one divorce advice for women is that it happens all over the world, including and especially right here in America. A long term marriage ends and women are left scrambling, drowning in a deep financial maelstrom. But in England, there seems […]

Rich Women Divorce Settlements: # 1 Rule to Protect Your Money

Filed in Divorce advice for women After reading the story of the ex-wife of billionaire Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich who is reportedly suing her former personal assistant – claiming her assistant cost her at least £19 MILLION in financial losses, I have one thing to say to rich women who get big divorce settlements from their billionaire husbands: HIRE […]

UK: Is Miriam González Durántez a Bad Influence on British Wives, and Women in General?

Don’t You Dare Call Miriam González Durántez  “Mrs Clegg” She is a lawyer and wife to former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg and she recently lampooned an organization on social media for referring to her by her husband’s name. So instead of calling her “Miriam González Durántez” they called her “Mrs Clegg.” She took umbrage […]

Alimony to Stop at Retirement Age According to Most Judges’ Rulings

Alimony reform is increasingly common across the country and women are usually the ones left holding the blade, as this article in Forbes points out. A key marker for the end of alimony and/or maintenance payments is the age of retirement, that magic moment when the recipient of spousal support becomes eligible for social security […]