As life evolves, so does marriage. Couples who learn to accept reasonable expectations – which must include spending quality time together – could save their marriage and make it more rewarding than they ever thought it could be.
Archives for July 2018
Be careful what you post on social media and other online sites during and after divorce! You don’t want a spiteful ex to get ammunition from your social media pages to use against you.
What exactly is involved in Collaborative Divorce? What happens when you sign a Collaborative Divorce Participation Agreement? Read on to learn more about this alternative to court.
Yes, divorce is socially acceptable, but that doesn’t mean that every or even the majority of marriages are doomed to end in divorce. Below are why some do – and what you should do to make sure yours doesn’t.
What else do you have to divide besides your tangibles? In celebrity divorce, you may have to divide half your “goodwill”. What does goodwill in celebrity divorce mean? Read on to find out!
Divorce stirs up buried emotions that may cause you to make poor choices and to question your value during the divorce process.
Both you and your ex’s current spouse – or other former spouses in the case of those with multiple marriages – could be eligible to receive Social Security benefits based on your ex-spouse’s work record simultaneously. Here’s how.
To reduce the stress of co-parenting, be flexible and resist the urge to compete with your ex-spouse.