Self care is important no matter what is going on in your life, but it’s imperative when you’re going through a major life event like divorce. Along with the obvious care of eating right, getting enough sleep and staying fit, self care during divorce may look a bit different than it might during normal life events. […]
Archives for May 2015
Read on to see what three prenuptial agreement questions we recommend to ensure a comprehensive, fair, and clear agreement for you and your spouse.
If you want to be successful in finding your deadbeat there are really only two things that you need to have.
Christina Pesoli answers the question “Should I go to a college reunion with my ex-spouse?” Find out what she says in her response!
If it is really, really going to happen – if for whatever reason you and your spouse just can’t see yourselves continuing in this journey of marriage – then it is time to get realistic about preparing for divorce. I am not suggesting that divorce is a simple solution to a very complex problem. It […]
Diana Shepherd, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® and Editorial Director of Divorce Magazine “All parents have a legal obligation to support their children,” says Shepherd. “The amount of child support payable/receivable post-divorce is based on a number of different factors – including the annual income of each co-parent, the total number of children in the family, […]
Every family attorney, judge, & custody evaluator knows that one of the most common disputes between separated parents is the kids’ activities.
If you are an unmarried biological Father in the state of Florida and you have not established your paternity rights, you may be playing with fire. Many Fathers do not quite grasp the ramifications of not filing with the Court to determine legal paternity until it is too late, and generally that is when access […]
Did you recently separate or divorce (or begin divorce proceedings), and now you are not seeing your kids — despite being a “normal-range” parent? Here are tips on what to do if you are divorced and not seeing your kids. Are you hearing false allegations against you? Maybe you hear that your children don’t want to […]
Practicing gratitude during divorce may seem as unlikely as an elephant riding a bike. However, many studies now validate the link between keeping a gratitude journal and an increase in joy, enthusiasm, and the feeling that life is getting better. Research has shown that individuals who kept a gratitude journal were more apt to reach […]