More and more American couples are choosing to not get married but instead live together in long-term relationships according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. However, just because couples aren't marrying and signing prenuptial agreements doesn't mean they shouldn't have a financial plan in place - some referring to the plans as "No Nupts."
Getting divorced can be a messy and extremely stressful process. Who gets what? How do we decide what's fair? Do I get to keep my individual savings account? These are just some of the questions that may arise during your divorce process.