If you’re experiencing separation or divorce, use these back-to-school tips to ensure a smooth transition for your children this Fall.
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Diana Shepherd, the Editorial Director and Co-Founder of Divorce Magazine, appeared on the Divorce View show recently with co-hosts Joanie Winberg and Rosalind Sedacca to discuss how to become a good stepmother. Here are some of the helpful tips she offered to support the viewers: When one or both spouses have children from a previous marriage, […]
Divorce Magazine and this website were launched simultaneously in March 1996. At that time, the only divorce stories the media covered were extremely negative: “The Divorce from Hell” or “Worst Deadbeat Dad in America” were the kinds of headline you might find in your local magazine or newspaper, and the movie “The War of the […]
According to a recent poll conducted by Divorce Marketing Group, a majority of divorcing and divorced individuals considered ending their marriage for 3-5 years before finally taking action. How long did it take you? Cast your vote in our one-question survey and let us know!
Whether you’re going through a divorce or the breakdown of a serious relationship, music can help to lift your spirits. It can also help you to work through whatever emotion you’re feeling at the time – from sadness to anger, denial to relief. There are angry songs that encourage you to shout out the lyrics, […]
Use these tip to help you choose the right divorce lawyer to suit your unique needs.
Diana Shepherd, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® and Editorial Director of Divorce Magazine “If there is one custodial parent (in most jurisdictions, this means that the children reside with this parent more than 60% of the time; ask a family law lawyer about the definition of sole physical custody in your area), then the state […]
Understanding your income during divorce is crucial to gaining control of your finances – and life. The first step to prepare a written, detailed, up-to-date budget. Here’s how.
When looking to hire a divorce lawyer, it’s important to ask some questions in advance.To help you find the right one, here are 15 questions you should ask.
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, […]