Each person has her or his own non-negotiables when dating after divorce: positive traits as well as dealbreakers.
Relationships and Dating
Should You Have a Prenup for Your Second Marriage?
Every couple has different values and financial specifics about their situation. Consider these when deciding on a prenup and the process you may wish to employ.
7 Reasons Your Post-Divorce Relationships Have Not Worked
Post-divorce relationships don’t always turn out to be what we hoped for. Why? Maybe you’re not ready to date yet. Maybe your expectations are too high?
Love and the Dotted Line: the Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement
It may not be the most romantic part of your blooming relationship, but a prenuptial agreement can protect your financial future if that bloom fades. Whether you’re Donald and Ivana or John and Jane, here’s what you need to know before walking down the aisle.
10 Tips for a Lasting Relationship After Divorce
Ultimately, dating after divorce looks different for everyone. Be honest about what you want and put yourself out there when you are ready. There is nothing wrong with being on your own and taking time to heal.
Dating After Divorce: How the Rules Have Changed
Now that you’re divorced and considering re-entering the dating scene, remember that the rules have probably changed since you last went on a date. While entering unfamiliar territory may be scary, being prepared will help ease the stress and making dating fun.
Do Political Differences Destroy Marriages?
With the recent US midterm elections, you’re probably curious about how different political views can impact a married couple’s relationship. According to one family law attorney, they don’t.
Marital Compatibility: What Couples Get Wrong About Marriage
Long-lasting marriages and relationships aren’t based on beautiful feelings. They thrive because of compatibility and the unique differences both genders bring to the relationship and how well each can resolve a conflict.
How to Show You’re Committed Without Getting Married
Not everyone wants to get married for a second time, which can leave some people feeling like they’re unable to show their partner, friends, and family just how committed they really are. Without a second trip down the aisle, you might like to take some of the following actions.
I Found Out My Spouse Was Cheating – As Told to a Family Law Lawyer
The emotional distress caused by the discovery of marital infidelity can make the best of people take irrational (and sometimes unwise) actions.
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