Divorcing couples are increasingly using financial and mental health support services to navigate what can be a very difficult and draining process. Divorce coaches are mental-health professionals that have received specialized training to help couples manage emotions, strengthen communication, facilitate conflict, and create plans to meet unique family needs. Usually, divorce coaches are part of […]
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Let’s face it: life is not perfect, and dealing with divorce is difficult. One day you could be standing at the altar with your best friend saying “I do” and a few months later sitting in a lawyer’s office saying “I don’t.” For thousands of Americans, divorce is far from a light subject, but how […]
Worried your husband or wife might be hiding money before a divorce? Learn how to spot hidden assets and where you might be able to find them.
With all the different personal and financial issues that must be addressed during the divorce process, sometimes family pets can be an afterthought. When a spouse comes into a relationship with a pet, it can be somewhat straightforward as to who will maintain possession over the pet following the end of the relationship; however, when […]
Coping with divorce and stressed to the max? Meditation gives you control over your untrained, monkey chatter mind. Here’s how to meditate during divorce.
When the holiday bills arrive and one more Valentine’s Day is a disappointment, some couples choose to call it quits. If that describes you, here are 4 easy steps to take control of your financial future.
You’ve decided it’s finally time to get back out there and meet someone new. The most popular way to find a relationship these days is through an online dating service. However, maybe you’ve never used one before, or you didn’t have a great experience the last time you did so. How to Write an Online […]
Divorce is difficult on families, especially for children. Learn how you can remove child visitation obstacles and help everyone involved.
A generation ago, most older couples who experienced relationship problems obtained “Irish divorces.” They lived separate lives, and maybe even maintained separate households, but remained legally married. A lot has changed since then. Older women are in much better positions to support themselves financially, largely because Congress added more teeth to the Age Discrimination in […]
Divorce is expensive and not everyone can afford it. This article addresses three strategies that can be utilized by anyone who is unable to afford legal representation in connection with a family law issue. 3 Strategies to Consider If You Can’t Afford a Family Lawyer 1. Limited Scope Representation Divorce cases involve a number of […]