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Valuable divorce advice, learned during an MRI: No matter what noise rattles around you, listen beyond it. Hear the guidance and the inner message inside you, your key to survival during the divorce process. Turn fear into focus during divorce, even in the scariest of places. Here’s how I did it.
Good or bad, we live in an age where people want instant gratification and where they are not willing to really communicate and work on their problems without turning for answers in the arms of another man or woman.
It was once true that prenuptial agreements were the province of the rich, the famous and perhaps those who hoped that they would be rich and or famous. Movie stars, business leaders and descendants of families that amassed huge wealth over generations were the consumers of this legal service. Prenuptial agreements are now being used to address more cutting-edge issues like the ownership and use of genetic materials such as embryos.
When you're coping with divorce, here's the best divorce advice ever: Turn off the news! Divorce recovery depends on positive thinking. Our brains need nourishment, not the constant stream of scary tragedies. Technology and divorce are compatible only when we're able to press the OFF button.
Choosing a divorce attorney is a difficult task. With so many divorce attorney review sites, which reviews are trustworthy? Here are some helpful tips for navigating through attorney review sites and selecting the right attorney for you.
Think your spouse is cheating? You don’t need a pricey private investigator to prove it. Divorce attorneys across the nation are seeing an increase in cases that involve inexpensive smartphone apps that enable suspicious spouses to keep tabs on their significant other. The apps work—but are they legal?
You should think carefully before you post anything on social media during – and even after – divorce. Post the wrong item and the consequences could be terrible. The Internet provides access to everyone. When you are going through a divorce or custody suit, you do not want your dirty linen aired all over social media.
According to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), text messages are the third most often used evidence in divorce hearings and trials. Text messages are used to support a position, impeach the opposing party, or establish a fact. Text messages can be difficult to acquire due to federal privacy and electronic information laws. This article discusses the ways to obtain text messages for use in divorce court.