June 28, 2019

Divorces spike in the summer. Here’s how to prepare for the end, experts say – Divorce filings consistently tick up in August and March, according to a study presented in 2016 at the American Sociological Association. The research, done by University of Washington sociologists, analyzed filings in Washington state between 2001 and 2015 and found the biannual pattern.

Is a personal loan the best way for you to tackle debt? – A 2018 report found that Americans collectively carry $13.29 trillion in debt, which is $618 billion higher than 2008’s peak of $12.68 trillion.

Mortgage Rate Dips Again, Pointing to a Rise in Refinancing Risk – Thirty-year mortgage rates have fallen this week to their lowest levels since late 2016, handing cheaper borrowing costs to homeowners and greater risks to the money managers that invest in home loans.

MEDIATOR OF THE MONTH: Patricia G. Abbott
Mediator of the Month