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Welcome to the Divorce Magazine Blog! Here, you'll find posts by experts, as well as posts by individuals who are facing the challenges of separation and divorce. We hope you find them interesting and informative – and a source of support and advice as you make your way through divorce into a new life. For information about becoming a blogger for this website, or to find out about our easy video blogging feature, click here.


Are You Really Separated? Try This 16-Part Separation Test

Marriage, Divorce, and Separation Is Never Simple, Try out This Separation Test.


Divorce and the Division of Your Assets

In addition to the pain and hurt feelings involved, there are also the legalities, which include dividing your assets.

By:Jane Hurst| April 07, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Can I Afford to Get Divorced?

An Introduction to the costs associated with divorce litigation.


Getting Evidence of Infidelity: How Much a Private Investigator Costs

If you want to find evidence of infidelity, then you'll need a private investigator. Here's how they charge, and what you can expect to pay to catch a cheating spouse in the act.

By:Elliot Rysenbry| March 15, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Can Marital Interests in Property Be Declared to Have Existed Pre-Marriage?

Can marital interests in property ever be declared to have existed before the actual date of marriage in Ohio? The answer is “yes” if it would be “inequitable” to decide otherwise.

By:William L Geary| March 07, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Pets and Divorce: A Florida Law Primer

These recent reforms are common sense approaches to addressing the myriad of issues that can arise when pets become involved in litigation.

By:Russell J. Frank, Esq.| February 16, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Understanding Elderly Divorce

For various reasons, the divorce rates among the elderly are on their way up. This article explores the reasons for this phenomenon and the impact on the adult children and property rights.

By:Steven Fernandez| February 10, 2017 | (0) Comments |

I Can't Afford a Family Law Attorney. What Can I Do?

There are several options available to anyone facing a family law issue who is unable to hire an attorney to represent him or her but is in need of legal representation.

By:Matthew Smurda, Esq. | February 09, 2017 | (0) Comments |

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