Finding common ground and placing communication on the forefront will hopefully help you and your partner maintain a healthy and balanced relationship.
If you’re going to beat your STBX in divorce court you have to put emotions aside and come up with a winning strategy.
When a spouse has cancer, it can be very difficult to navigate through the emotional and physical turmoil. Should a couple divorce during a serious illness?
Never leave an abusive relationship without a clear plan and strategies to use to keep you safe.
Avoiding bad decisions during the holidays can be difficult. This is because holidays often exacerbate the sadness, grief, and frustration that comes with a traumatic divorce – especially for couples who have young children and shared custodial arrangements.
As with any other life-altering decision, you should take your time and think things through before you finalize your divorce.
If you’re divorcing someone with an addiction, it can have an impact on your divorce. See the five ways below.
Even in a no-fault divorce, you’ll have to choose a “grounds” for the divorce. Incompatibility is a commonly used ground.
If your spouse has cheated it would benefit you to take some time to discover the legal implications of their infidelity.
Divorce is an emotional and stressful process. However, there are a number of important decisions you have to make, and this Q&A could help you make more informed choices as you navigate the divorce process.