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Learn how to help your clients through one of life's most emotional transitions, divorce. Most attorneys are focused on their job, which is the legal aspect of your clients divorce, but this article will help you assist your clients emotionally.
Divorce has a huge effect on your life, but it's the way it affects your daily living that can be the most difficult to handle. Read how to combat the negative feelings and be more productive and sound minded.
Learn how to move forward in your post-divorce life, which is something that both spouses, as well as their children, have to do. This is a deeply emotional process that continues on after the legal aspects of divorce have ended.
Dr. Deborah Hecker explains your transition from being apart of a relationship to a single person, and how to best cope with the conflicts. This article also speaks to divorce attorneys and teaches them how to help their client's emotional turmoil during
4 things to do to avoid having liabilities for debts your ex does not pay after your divorce is finalized. Regardless of what your divorce decree say, unless you take action, you may be held responsbile.
A divorce may be granted in Washington on the sole ground of irreconcilable break-down of marriage after 90 days have elapsed.
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.
When you purchase a property with a co-owner, whether that be a partner, husband, wife, friend or family member, at some point in the conveyancing process you should be asked how you wish to hold the property. Your options will be to either hold the property as joint tenants or as tenants in common. But what does this actually mean, and what happens to the property upon the death of an ex-spouse?
From breaking the news to co-parenting with your ex-spouse, how you handle various aspects of the divorce process will inevitably have an effect on your children. There are ways you can make the divorce easier on them.
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