A productive initial divorce consultation can provide a toolbox of information allowing you to reflect on your situation before taking the next steps.
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Whether you’re the one combating addiction or are the partner picking up the pieces of substance abuse, it may be comforting — though still devastating — to realize that this is a somewhat common issue in the United States.
In the past, you met someone, started dating, and a relationship with commitment followed. Nowadays, it seems that there seems to be a problem of non-commitment in relationships after divorce.
There are a number of practical issues to address when a couple with one or more special needs children goes through a divorce, such as custody, family support, education, finances, and legal rights.
Litigants in long-term marriages that are coming to an end face significant challenges when they want a divorce.
When you start thinking about looking for a new home, you may find yourself excited and frightened all in the same split-second. You may start feeling that to spend more, you need to save more.
Despite the situation, moving into a new home after divorce is exciting! It is a chance to start fresh and meet new people. Just don’t sacrifice security when you move.
The chance of a rebound relationship having long-term potential is slim because it will take time for you to heal from your breakup so that you don’t bring baggage into your new relationship.
Tips and ideas to help make summer vacation simple and calm post divorce.
It can take great courage to let in the possibility that we’re not doing okay in something fundamental—whether it’s marriage, parenting, a relationship, or a job.