Tag Archives: gray divorce

The Baby Boomer Divorce and Why Collaborative Divorce Is a Good Choice for the Over 50 Crowd

by Michele Sacks Lowenstein, Certified Family Law Specialist, Lowenstein Brown A P.L.C. Do you know that 25% of people getting divorced today are over 50? Do you know that getting a divorce late in life presents additional financial consequences? Do you know that people who divorce late in life are more likely than not to seek alternative to litigation? Divorce… Read More

Broken Trust: Advice About Estate Planning During A Divorce

by Meredith L. Brown, Esq. Brown & Brown Many couples prepare Wills and Trusts in connection with a happy life event, such as the birth of a child. Frequently these documents are placed in a safe deposit box, never to be updated or even thought about again. When the unfortunate life event of divorce happens, couples often opt to defer… Read More

Gray divorces and the family: Divorce hurts children of all ages, even when they’re grown

by Constance Ahrons, Ph.D, CFLGSD member Are you contemplating divorce after being married 20 years or more?  You aren’t alone. In fact, you are part of what some call the gray divorce revolution. When Al and Tipper Gore announced their divorce, after what appeared to be a long and loving marriage, it shook our beliefs about the sanctity of marriage.… Read More

Don’t Let a Gray Divorce Put You In The Red Financially

                        The issues surrounding a “Grey Divorce” – divorcing in your 50s, 60s, or later years  – present many of the same issues that occur when divorcing at earlier ages. However, the fact the divorce is happening later in life can present unique financial challenges.  There is less time… Read More