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Want one last dig at your ex? Then collect on their Social Security

You must meet certain conditions.
You don't have to wait until your ex files for benefits.
You must be unmarried.

There may be one last thing to love about your ex: their Social Security check.

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Can I Check My Soon-To-Be-Ex-Husband’s Credit While We Are Getting Divorced?
Q: My husband and I are in the midst of a very acrimonious divorce. I suspect he’s hiding financial information from me. Can I check his credit reports, and if so how?
A: No, you can’t check your spouse’s (or ex’s) personal credit reports. In order to request a consumer report on someone else, you must have what’s called a “permissible purpose” under federal law, and marriage or divorce is not one of them. (I imagine your husband isn’t trying to get a job, loan or insurance from you, which rules out the other common reasons for checking credit.)
If he owns a small business, though, you can check his firm’s commercial credit reports without his permission or knowledge. Business credit reports and scores are not regulated by the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, the law that restricts access to consumer reports.
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Can I Check My Soon-To-Be-Ex-Husband’s Credit While We Are Getting Divorced?
Q: My husband and I are in the midst of a very acrimonious divorce. I suspect he’s hiding financial information from me. Can I check his credit reports, and if so how?
A: No, you can’t check your spouse’s (or ex’s) personal credit reports. In order to request a consumer report on someone else, you must have what’s called a “permissible purpose” under federal law, and marriage or divorce is not one of them. (I imagine your husband isn’t trying to get a job, loan or insurance from you, which rules out the other common reasons for checking credit.)
If he owns a small business, though, you can check his firm’s commercial credit reports without his permission or knowledge. Business credit reports and scores are not regulated by the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, the law that restricts access to consumer reports.
Read more about it on my blog: http://bit.ly/1Uja1Wf
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Prenuptial Agreements Are on the Rise, And More Women Are Requesting Them
If you think prenups are just for celebrities or the super wealthy, think again.
According to a new survey of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), 63 percent of divorce attorneys say they’ve seen an increase in prenuptial agreements during the past three years. What’s more, 46 percent noted an increase in the number of women initiating requests for prenups.
Alton Abramowitz, the president of the AAML and a HuffPost Divorce blogger, said the trend may reflect the current state of the economy.
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5 Things Not To Expect Going Through Divorce

If there is one thing that everyone can agree upon when it comes to divorce, it’s that it is predictably unpredictable. Just when you think you have it figured out (to some degree) and you are on the path of recovery — wham! You walk right into another wall that leaves you feeling disillusioned, confused, and completely unsure of what you are doing.

Yet, in all your upheaval, the one thing to remember is that transitioning from being married to being divorced is that it often occurs in cycles: a period of calm period followed by upheaval. You start feeling somewhat settled and even positive about your future, only to have another change take place that makes you feel you are back at square one. But you are not — it just feels that way. And you are not alone. Most people going through a divorce experience a ‘roller coaster’ feeling. Giving yourself permission to take the time (lots) you need, moving forward eventually becomes easier.

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8 Fights Divorced People Regret Having (Or Not Having) While Married
It’s never just about the dirty dishes in the sink or forgetting to drop the kids off at soccer. When you’re married, the arguments you get into have history: You’re peeved that he left the dishes in the sink because he knows it bothers you and yet, he did it again. Each fight becomes the latest salvo in a broader war.
HuffPost Divorce bloggers are all too familiar with how damaging these recurring arguments can be (or, in some cases, the damage from leaving problems unaddressed and not arguing at all). Below, they share the fights they regret having the most while married.
We shouldn’t have argued about money.
“I regret our fights about finances. After divorce, I realized fighting about money doesn’t make you richer, it just takes away from the richness of your marriage. Money matters. It does. Everything costs money and you should be frugal in your spending and make good financial decisions. Unfortunately, sometimes things don’t play out the way you want them to.” — Chelsie Dort
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3 Social Security surprises that may leave money on the table

Almost a quarter of future retirees who expect to receive Social Security either guess or don't know how much their benefits will be. Newslook

Even if your retirement is years away, it's a good idea to periodically check in on your Social Security benefits.
Why? To make sure your earnings record is accurate. That can be a nasty surprise. Left uncorrected, an error could cost you thousands of dollars in retirement.

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Divorce becomes more complicated when you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse own a business together. Businesses require constant care and attention, and they can’t be easily split in half the way funds in a bank or an investment account can.

Your attorney will likely recommend you don’t keep running the business together after the divorce. This rarely works out, especially if you must be in close contact with each other on a daily basis.

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You probably know less about Social Security than you think.

More than two-thirds of older workers said they were confident about the rules of America’s largest retirement program, according to a new survey by Fidelity Investments.

Yet among the 521 people age 55 to 61 that Fidelity polled in October, most got these three key concepts wrong.

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Divorce becomes more complicated when you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse own a business together. Businesses require constant care and attention, and they can’t be easily split in half the way funds in a bank or an investment account can.
Your attorney will likely recommend you don’t keep running the business together after the divorce. This rarely works out, especially if you must be in close contact with each other on a daily basis.
Read more about it on my blog: http://bit.ly/2q3BDHa
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