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.
Whether you're still going through the divorce process or have been divorced for many years, your children's well-being must stay top of mind.
This blog will help you evaluate the dating advice given by friends and family when you decide to date post-divorce; some of it is worth considering and some of it might need to be thrown out!
Children ages 4-18 share their perception of custody and divorce. In custody and divorce matters, sometimes one parent may intercede in the relationship between the child and their "Other Parent." This letter shares how the child is impacted by these actions.
Patience is hard to come by in this fast-paced world. When going through a divorce, patience is really, really hard to come by. You want answers, you want to act, you want it to be over already – but when you make hasty decisions you can end up prolonging the process and costing yourself more money. Here are 3 tips on how to survive the long and frustrating divorce process.
Legal counsel and divorce go hand in hand. If you are facing divorce, here are some questions you should be asking when you meet different attorneys. The answers will help you to save money and energy as you start down this road.
Following these tips on helping teenagers cope with divorce will allow your children to get through your divorce in a smoother way.
Despite going through a no-fault divorce, fault may come into play during the divorce process.
In grey divorce, when a transition lover appears, the challenge is to recognize this temporary relationship for what it is. Here’s divorce advice on how to be thankful and what to do when it ends. New, permanent partners are out there, even later in life.