My Facebook feed blew up last week regarding the topic of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s divorce. I am not sure if people are dealing with shock, sadness, or some other emotion regarding the break-up of a celebrity marriage that people had idealized or some other issue is happening. However, it has caused me to […]
Archives for September 2016
Are you stuck or unhappy in your marriage? These are the three questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to stay or go.
Are you married to a narcissist? For those in a relationship with a narcissistic person, the pressure to live up to his or her “standards” and demands can be intense. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s rarely a pleasant experience interacting with the state, so it’s vitally important to know your rights if the state tries to take your children.
Hindsight is always 20/20. Looking over our shoulder at the past, divorced parents can see so much more clearly what we might have done differently — one small nuance that would have changed everything. If only we could have the clarity of perfect vision while going through divorce; the difference this could make in custody matters. Understandably, […]
Depression is a common mental health condition one experiences during and after a divorce. It’s an understatement to say that divorce is experienced as a tremendous loss for many people. A recent finding regarding suicide rates in the major U.S. cities indicates men who are suffering from depression are at highest risk, and for many, […]
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution for the family pet in a divorce; here are factors to consider when determining the best plan for Rover or Mittens.
Adult children coping with divorce aren’t responsible for their parents’ happiness. Here are some tips on how to get through it.
Though they share similarities, divorce and legal separation are different and involve important choices. Here are some things to consider.
In the typical separation or divorce scenario, one spouse will be awarded spousal support payments. There are two types of spousal support payment obligations here in California: long-term and short-term. These spousal support payment obligations are aimed at providing the payee spouse the same or similar lifestyle he or she enjoyed during the marriage. Please note […]