Finding hidden assests in a divorce

Couples divorce for a number of reasons, but many couples report that they lost trust in their partners, which is why they decided to end their marriage. If divorcing spouses no longer trust each other, it's not far-fetched that one or both individuals could be hiding...

Challenges of divorcing a narcissist

Divorce can be a challenge for any family, but the obstacles that come with divorcing a narcissist can make the process even more difficult. Narcissists have an altered sense of reality that they live in and pass on to those who are closest to them. If you are ending...

Divorce after 50 continues to rise

Some older Delaware couples who might be considering ending their long-term marriage might be surprised to find that gray divorce, or divorce for couples over 50, continues to rise even as it remains or decreases in other age ranges. There are a variety of reasons...

Tips for dealing with fear of divorce

Getting a divorce means venturing into the unknown, and that can be scary. However, there are things you can do to reduce this fear. The first step should be to obtain more information about both divorce in general and divorce laws in Delaware. Being informed can make...

Protecting your separate assets

Some people do not want to disclose the full value of their assets as you must if you want to sign a prenup with your intended. To put it another way, a prenup is not enforceable without full disclosure. For those people who do not want money to be an issue in their...