Brette McWhorter Sember explains looking at "Both Sides" post-divorce and putting your children first by learning to communicate with their other parent.
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Dan Couvrette reflects on his publication Divorce Magazine, and the things he has learned from going through divorce and running his successful magazine. Couvrette gives hope to those dealing with divorce.
Dr. Patricia Love's Love Notes Archives is a compilation of various FAQs on divorce, marriage and relationships. See Dr. Love's advice on some of the most intimate and important concerns.
There are many reasons why people hurt the ones they love. They may lash out because they are unable to communicate their anger in any other manner, or because it’s their only way to feel in control. Still others may be genuinely sociopathic.
Learn to let go as you recover from divorce. Barry Simon explains the art of moving on is not easily obtainable, but with your commitment to finding inner peace and happiness, you will be on your way to healing. Read how, so you can start today.
Through his books and seminars, John Gray has spread his message that men and women are inherently different. During this interview, he offers some advice to those dealing with the challenges of separation and divorce.
A Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) is a legal document that directs the administrator of a pension plan to give a certain amount of an employee's pension to his/her non-employee ex-spouse after the divorce is final. Here are the top four mistakes people make when it comes to QDROs.
Spousal Support, in Canada and the US, is something that usually agreed on in a separation and divorce agreement, as Nancy Kurn will tell you in this article. But should it be awarded? How does the judge decide? Read on to find out!
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