Understanding the process of divorce and the long-term impact of decisions made during your case is…
When it comes to relationship problems, you may feel like you have tried everything, but sometimes a step back is what is needed.
Every year, the number of couples filing for divorce increases between the months of January and March. The questions is, why do so many couples decide to divorce early in the new year?
Before committing to going through a divorce, make sure you are prepared for the financial changes that divorce brings.
While no couple plans to have their relationship fail, there are several common reasons why many couples do end up in an unhappy marriage that ultimately leads to divorce.
Filing for a divorce is a monumental life decision, and for many, emotions get in the way of rational thinking. Make sure you've considered these three things before deciding to divorce.
You may have tried to do everything possible to want to stay in your marriage, but in some cases divorce may be the only answer. Here are seven signs it may be time for a divorce.
Whether you've just decided to tell your spouse you want a divorce or are beginning the divorce process, remember that it's not going to be easy. Here's a short guide to help you to get through this transition.
Sometimes couples may find themselves rushing to finalize their divorce and "get it over with." Unfortunately, once the divorce is finalized, you may find yourself regretting things you did or didn't do. To ensure the process is in your and your family's best interest, follow these seven steps.
Whether you've just made the decision to leave your marriage, are in the midst of a divorce, or are starting the recovery process, avoid these common mistakes.