Self Actualization & Marriage

How Our Expectations of Marriage Have Changed Over Time In a recent article featured in the Atlantic, author Olga Khazan presents some interesting questions to Eli Finkel, a Professor of Psychology and the author of “The All-or-Nothing Marriage”.  The author Finkel explains in his book that a “modern marriage” comes with much higher expectations than … Read more

Home Equity

Home Equity, Divorce & Asset Division When two spouses divorce, they go through a process of asset division.  There are some assets, like a checking account, that are very easy to divide.  These assets are sometimes called “liquid” assets.   For many middle class families, the primary home where they live is typically the most expensive … Read more

Navigating the Financial Side of a Relationship

Discussing Money With Your Partner For a Healthier Future: 101 Fights over money are fairly common, especially as two people share more and more financial responsibility.  However, fights over money, or simply not seeing eye-to-eye over finances remain one of the leading causes of divorce.  Fights over money tend to get toxic pretty quickly; they … Read more