Get your helpful hints and legal tips relating to divorce and separation through DivorceMag.com's weekly E-Newsletters. This includes previous newsletters sent out in year 2007.
Dr. Patricia Love offers expert advice on spouses with low libidos, the effect of divorce on children and how to rebuild a relationship after an affair.
Dr. Patricia Love offers advice on how to date after a divorce or a separation, the reasons for divorce and unsuccessful relationships and how to talk to your children about a new partner in your life.
Celebrity divorce attorney/author Stacy Phillips offers tips to recent divorcees and singles to stave off New Year's Eve blues.
Read about ABC's new reality show "Ex-Wives Club", which takes hurt women who have just gotten divorce and tries to re-build their self-confidence with gifts such as make-overs.
It's time to dispel a myth - the life of a private investigator is hardly a glamorous one, like that of Sherlock Holmes. It's difficult, diverse and it takes a lot of effort, explains Massachusetts veteran private investigator David Almeida. He goes on to
Archive of DivorceMag.com's weekly e-Newsletters for year 2006. Click through these articles to get helpful hints regarding the divorce process, recovery, saving money, dealing with the guilt and lists of lawyers in your area.
Get a detailed, step by step guide through the divorcing process for residents of the USA. You will find helpful hints to reduce costs, find lawyers, explanations on documents and agreements, mediation process, and much more.
Even if it was relatively brief, your marriage was an important part of your life. So ending it is going to be painful – even if you're the one who initiated the split. Here are some suggestions to put you on the path to emotional recovery.
Find here past newsletters in the archive of 2005. Articles include tips on getting over divorce, legal advice, dating after divorce, how to tell your spouse and children you want a divorce, and so much more.
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