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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.

The One Thing You Need During Divorce That No One Tells You About

One of the biggest and most unexpected challenges of getting a divorce is how long this process takes. There is no better time than through divorce to learn to value and welcome the gift of patience.

The Pros and Cons of the Collaborative Divorce Process

If you have questions about the collaborative divorce process, it’s important to speak with an experienced family law attorney before moving forward.

By:Russell J. Frank, Esq.| December 21, 2016 | (0) Comments |

A Guide from the Supreme Court of Ohio for Parents Who Live Apart

Whether currently married, previously married, or never before married, parents who live in different home will benefit from this guide.

By:William L Geary| December 16, 2016 | (0) Comments |

10 Financial Questions to Ask Yourself as You Contemplate Divorce

Having answers to the tough questions before you begin your divorce process can pave the way for a much smoother path through this transition.

The Role of Your Divorce Team

When you are ready to build your divorce team, be sure to include the professionals that have been trained in equitable and fair divorce practices.

4 Types of Alimony You Need to Know About

The nationwide trend toward alimony is on the decline. States continue to pass new reforms to rules used to determine post-divorce support awards, but alimony is unpredictable and not guaranteed in every case.

By:Donna M. Cheswick| October 24, 2016 | (0) Comments |

The California Divorce Process: An Overview

While an uncontested divorce is relatively straightforward, a contested divorce can be significantly more complex. Add child custody or property division matters into the equation, and the divorce process becomes more challenging.

By:Steven Fernandez| September 23, 2016 | (0) Comments |

Do You Like Money? Assume Responsibility for Your Financial Well-Being

Since divorce will force you to make the largest financial decisions of your entire life, so far anyway, it is probably a good time to examine your relationship with money. Do you like it? Really? Then why don’t you have more of it? These are meaningful questions because, like marriage and divorce, money is something that is highly emotional.

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