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For recently separated or divorced, breaking with traditions may be wise this holiday season

This week, families across Tennessee will gather together to enjoy a Thanksgiving Day feast and give thanks for their many blessings. While the holiday season is often regarded as a happy and joyous time, for an individual who is recently separated from a spouse, going through a divorce or recently divorced; the holidays can be an especially difficult and lonely time.

Planning for retirement in the midst of a divorce

Many individuals age 50 and older are beginning to enter a new chapter in their lives. In many cases, children are grown and out of the home and questions related to retirement financing and planning loom in the not-so-distant future. In addition to these momentous and, in some cases, difficult life changes; research indicates that a growing number of U.S. men and women age 50 and older are also dealing with the many changes that accompany divorce.

How long does it take to get a divorce?

When you take the emotional aspects out of the equation, at its core, divorce is a legal process involving many complex matters. Often, when an individual begins the divorce process he or she is hoping for a relatively easy and quick resolution. However, in reality the divorce process often takes longer than one anticipates and can be emotionally, mentally and financially taxing.

Will I automatically receive alimony if my ex-spouse makes more money?

Since the 1960s, societal views and expectations of men and women have dramatically changed and evolved. Fifty years ago, many U.S. households depended solely on the man to provide financial support, while women stayed home to raise children and tend to a home. Today, many women work outside the home and a growing number are out-earning their husbands.

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