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No one wants their dirty laundry aired before the public. We have all seen what can happen when the details of divorce can become public information. In this recent episode of New Jersey Divorce Talk Radio, Anna-Maria Pitella, Esq. and John Caroli are talking about how to protect your privacy during divorce.  
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More and more couples are looking for alternatives to the traditional divorce process. They’ve seen the damage that can be done to a family when the couple fights it out in court. It’s a process where there are no winners and unfortunately those impacted the most in a negative way are often the children. With...
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  The collaborative divorce process is an alternative way of getting divorced that allows couples to achieve a mutually acceptable resolution of all issues without going to court. The collaborative process avoids court, is confidential and gives control over the outcome to the divorcing couple. In the collaborative process both parties agree from the start...
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One of the most difficult parts of divorce—at least for adults—is reentering the dating world. This is especially true of those who have been married for a long time or were in an abusive marriage. There are several things likely to happen, but if you take your time you can overcome any obstacles in your...
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Meet Julie, her husband Michael and their daughter, Maggie. Julie and Michael have decided to get a divorce. But after witnessing the uncertainty, stress and conflict that is often part of the traditional divorce process, they have decided that, while divorce may be inevitable, they do have a choice about how they divorce. They want...
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For thousands of couples in the United States, having to undergo a divorce can be earth-shattering; especially if it was the other partner that suggested it. Unfortunately, as it often falls within foreign territory, many individuals don’t understand the normal process and feelings associated with divorce—leaving them feeling confused when they start navigating down the...
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Many people are blindsided when their partner files for divorce. In some cases, they never saw this life-altering change coming. In others, they simply denied that their problems were serious enough to warrant a split. In either case, dealing with divorce unprepared can be a challenge. By preparing for a divorce, you will be better...
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For the past 10 years, a small group of New Orleans professionals has been taking divorcing couples to the mat. Literally. Mat training – which involves having two people communicate by assigning one to a “talking” mat and the other to a “listening” mat – is just one innovative tool in a new way to...
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For divorced parents, this weekend is not only a minefield of potential blow-ups – where will the kids eat the big meal? How fast can I get them to their dad’s house? Why did my ex-wife tire them out before my visit? – it also marks the gateway to a season of more of the...
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Parenting is generally evolving as gender-neutral, but the “Tender Years” assumption — the consensus that infants should be treated differently than older children in custody disputes — lingers, even when all other factors are equal in a separation or divorce. As a co-parenting therapist and parent plan mediator in Los Angeles, the city that invented...
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