A self-assessment is one of the key steps to prepare yourself for dating post-divorce and to ensure that your next relationship is a healthy one.
Archives for April 2015
Choice is something we usually take for granted. We get to go to the grocery store of our choice, buy the brands of food we choose and then choose how we want to pay for our food. And that’s just one relatively small example. We make thousands of decisions every day. If we have no choice […]
You may often find yourself asking: “when you I thinking about your Ex?” Possibly never! When someone has been an important part of your life you will be reminded of them in many ways over the rest of your life. When a couple has children and their marriage ends their activities and ongoing contact with […]
If you are are experiencing grey divorce know first of all you are not alone. Here are some things you should know about grey divorce.
Divorce offers many opportunities – such as learning to nurture yourself, that divorce doesn’t mean you’re a failure, and to find love inside yourself and with others.
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” – Socrates Whether it is your decision or not, getting a divorce is an unanticipated change in lifestyle which alters the definition of family as we have come to know it and as it […]
Looking for a new mate as a divorced individuals with kids is tricky, so we compiled 7 qualities to look for in a step-parent to your kids
The proposed legislation (that appears to be acceptable to interest groups from all sides) involves revamping the “best interest of the child” factors.
Parties going through a divorce case should be cognizant of their state law regarding financial disclosures in their case, but they should understand their options no matter where they are litigating or mediating.
The primary legal significance of a person dating during and after divorce arises when children are involved. Here’s what you need to know.