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A good co-parenting relationship begins with an amicable divorce

Most divorcing couples who have kids want a good co-parenting relationship because they understand that this is what's best for their children. However, how they deal with each other during the divorce as they work out property division, support and child custody agreements often sets the tone for how they will deal with each other as they co-parent their kids. If a couple can remain amicable throughout their divorce, they're taking an important first step toward a positive, effective co-parenting relationship.

Texas divorces and beneficiary designations

If you have an estate plan in place, you'll likely be making some changes to it as soon as your divorce is final -- if not sooner. Chances are you no longer want your soon-to-be ex to have powers of attorney over your health care and finances should you become incapacitated, for example.

Why separate accounts may not help you in divorce

Younger married couples are more likely to keep their money in separate accounts than older ones are. That's one of the findings of a recent Bank of America survey. Some 28% of Millennial spouses report that they have separate accounts. They're more than twice as likely to have separate accounts as baby boomers and even Gen Xers.

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