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Retirement a concern for many divorced baby boomers

The divorce rate among baby boomers remains high in the U.S. During the last 20 years, the divorce rate has doubled for people age 50 and older. In 2010, one in four divorces in the U.S. was between couples in that age group.

Why retirement plans are more valuable than the home in divorce

Many older couples getting divorced worry about who will get to keep the house. However, older individuals getting divorced should be more concerned with dividing their retirement plans.

The debate over permanent alimony continues in Georgia

The perils of permanent alimony remain for people getting divorced in Georgia. What is permanent alimony? Permanent alimony is when one spouse is required to pay their ex-spouse alimony for the rest of their life or until their ex dies or in many cases, remarries.

Atlanta Falcons owner served divorce papers

Arthur Blank, a billionaire in Georgia, known for being the co-founder of Home Depot and the owner of the Atlanta Falcons, was recently served divorce papers. His wife of 16 years filed for divorce in Fulton County after the couple had been estranged since 2011.

'Huntsman' director's wife files for divorce

When any couple's divorce is contested, the proceedings have the potential to go on for quite some time. For those Georgia residents who are undergoing the long process of working out alimony and child custody arrangements, terming it taxing and trying may be adequate description. It's easy to say that divorce is complicated and emotional, but when you and your spouse are unable to decide on the welfare of your children or asset division, 'emotional' doesn't even cover the half of it.

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