Having to arrange a financial settlement after a divorce can be stressful, so it’s important you know the ins and outs and begin the process prepared.
When the #MeToo movement began trending on social media toward the end of 2017, it shook the bedrock of male-dominated industries. But what does this mean for marriages in America?
What matters most for your children is the absence of conflict during co-parenting. Find your “sweet spot” on the co-parenting continuum.
How do you find yourself again after divorce? If you have signed your divorce papers and have officially dissolved your marriage, chances are that you need some time to absorb it all.
It takes a certain amount of time to recover from the emotional wounds divorce causes, but you will recover. The next step is to start dating again.
Even though you can and will heal, you won’t go back to being the same person you were before you got married. No two people who must heal after a divorce do so in the same way, and there is no single path to success.
Like a rollercoaster, all marriages have their ups and downs. One minute you’re flying high with excitement, the next minute you’re wishing you never got on the ride. So, when is it time to call it quits and file for divorce?
Divorce is hard. Keeping your information safe might be harder. Using these four tips to handle cybersecurity concerns during your divorce can make the process easier and less stressful.
A productive initial divorce consultation can provide a toolbox of information allowing you to reflect on your situation before taking the next steps.
There are a number of practical issues to address when a couple with one or more special needs children goes through a divorce, such as custody, family support, education, finances, and legal rights.