Before filing for divorce, it is likely you would like an estimate of how a judge will examine you and your spouse’s assets. Most importantly, you would like an idea of the future awards or obligations that will result from the divorce. Yet, in Nevada (and in most other jurisdictions), such a reasonable request from […]
Navigating divorce while maintaining your job is difficult no matter your occupation, but divorcing teachers face some unique challenges, including co-parenting, talking to coworkers and HR, and changing their names.
If you’re considering divorce set yourself up for the healthiest process possible and you will experience those benefits long after the divorce is final.
Semi-public conversation, the kind you have in a Facebook comment section decreases loneliness and helps us feel connected to others who’ve had the same experiences.
Planning a family vacation as newly divorced a single parent is a far cry from the vacations you planned as in intact family.
Protecting the children from the destruction of a litigated, high-conflict divorce by putting kids first, managing emotions, and staying out of court.
Divorced parents encounter unique challenges and issues when planning and financing college education for their kids. If cooperation is possible, there are strategies that can help maximize college financial aid and lower the financial burden of college.
Divorce can free you up to live a fulfilling life outside of a bad marriage. It can also saddle you with problems that may make that bad marriage look like a walk in the park.
It’s easy to be angry at your ex during the early stages of divorce. But keep your cool. Don’t give them any ammunition by sending negative text messages and emails.
What happens when your spouse has one foot out the door and you don’t know it? You weather the divorce storm and give recovery time to catch up to your feelings.