Understanding the process of divorce and the long-term impact of decisions made during your case is…
Legal separation and divorce can be an extremely difficult and emotional experience; for parents, there's the added concern over their children's well-being during and after the process. How you tell your children about the impending divorce is very important, as this will have a significant impact on their perception of the experience.
Whether you've just decided to tell your spouse you want a divorce or are beginning the divorce process, remember that it's not going to be easy. Here's a short guide to help you to get through this transition.
From breaking the news to co-parenting with your ex-spouse, how you handle various aspects of the divorce process will inevitably have an effect on your children. There are ways you can make the divorce easier on them.
Sometimes couples may find themselves rushing to finalize their divorce and "get it over with." Unfortunately, once the divorce is finalized, you may find yourself regretting things you did or didn't do. To ensure the process is in your and your family's best interest, follow these seven steps.
Whether you've just made the decision to leave your marriage, are in the midst of a divorce, or are starting the recovery process, avoid these common mistakes.
Most people enter into marriage with the assumption that they have found their life partner – yet with more than half of marriages ending in divorce, many of us are dismayed when our marriage ends in divorce. How does divorce happen and what are the initial feelings when separating from a spouse?
There are only 10 days left to access free expert advice for your divorce before The Divorce School closes for the summer.
It's not recommended, but, if you do, you should know the rules that control what they can do for you.
There’s a fine line that most people must navigate when they find themselves in the unfortunate position of going through a divorce. On one hand, there’s no doubt that you should always protect yourself during the proceedings, even if events appear to be unfolding amicably. On the other side of the coin, being too aggressive can ignite a lengthy legal battle between you and your spouse, leading to a worse outcome for both parties.