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Divorce
Children are often smarter than we give them credit for, especially when it comes to learning the in’s and outs of their family. For children, learning how to get what they want isn’t a deliberate attempt at circumventing the rules but rather a simple “want and achieve” mentality that will help them set goals in...
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When you’re divorcing your partner, it’s important to remember your children are affected by the changes too. You might be losing your partner, dependent and confidant, your children are losing one of their parents (at least in the same household). While giving your children the proper time to grieve is critical to their adapting to...
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The idea of getting back into dating after your divorce is finalized can be daunting at best; especially if you haven’t had to do so in several years. Although it might be far from your mind at the moment, majority of divorced parents enjoy the company of another – whether that’s right away or in...
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Sitting in a courtroom is never an easy task – especially when you’re trying to move on with your life. This is especially true when it comes to individuals involved in a heated divorce, in which both partners are trying to think only of themselves – instead of trying to resolve issues and move on...
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Moving on after divorce can be tough, painful and heart-wrenching. It can also be cathartic, refreshing and life-affirming. Your ability to enjoy life post divorce depends on your willingness to take the steps necessary to begin a new chapter in life. Forgive Some people find it hard to forgive their former spouses after a divorce....
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No two marriages are ever the same, which is why there are many options when it comes to divorce. It is a commonly held misconception that divorce has to be a contentious, knock-down, drag out affair. There are several methods available that will allow you to end your marriage quickly and efficiently. Mediation Couples that...
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The word “abuse” often springs forth images of victims being struck or otherwise physically harmed. Few people, however, realize that emotional abuse can be just as damaging and its effects long-lasting. The reasons behind divorce and emotional abuse can sometimes go hand in hand, and therapy is often the only remedy for its victims. Signs...
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One of the reasons people may choose a non-adversarial approach to divorce is to avoid the expense of traditional divorce litigation. Studies have found that the cost of a no court divorce will typically be about one third the cost of a traditional divorce. The most effective methods of divorce without litigation include collaborative divorce...
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When it comes to love and marriage, sometimes “till death do us part,” doesn’t apply. Divorce is an all too common reality, and there are many factors that make it more likely a couple will divorce. Divorce Statistics in America -Alabama and Arkansas have the highest rates of divorce, while New Jersey and Massachusetts have...
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The holiday season can be a challenge for the newly divorced. Dealing with the details of a marital split can take a toll, but it is often more difficult during the festive holiday season. By following a few divorce tips for the newly single, you can survive the holiday months with your sanity intact. Create...
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