There is so much to know about the divorce process before making any mindful decisions about the future.
I always ask my restless clients who are considering divorce in their later years to list the pros and cons, because breaking up a marriage much later in life is likely to be one of the biggest steps they will ever take.
COVID-19 taught us all plenty of lessons and gave us some bitter pills to swallow. Just remember, if you’re considering getting a divorce or you’ve already filed, you’re not alone.
The house, child custody, savings…these are all things people commonly battle over in a divorce, but they’re certainly not the only assets spouses fight about in divorce.
The art of how to ask for a divorce requires you to anticipate the fears, needs, and negative emotions that your spouse will experience when you bring up the subject. Here are six tips for breaking the news.
Communicating love and admiration to your partner is a hallmark of courtship, yet as couples settle in to dealing with the stresses of day-to-day life, these comments may start to fade in frequency.
Divorce is not an easy thing to go through. When you’re divorcing someone with mental illness, it can be even more difficult.
The important decisions required for your divorce can be overwhelming. Here are a few things to consider.
Here is a list of some divorce professionals you may want to consider.
If your New Year’s resolution is to start a new life through divorce, here’s what you need to know.