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Blog Posts in April, 2018

  • Don't Alienate Your Kids from Your Spouse

    || 30-Apr-2018

    Even if you manage to have a “ friendly divorce ” where you and your spouse agree 100% on everything, it doesn’t mean the divorce is going to be “easy” on you. Marriage is hard. Divorce can be harder, especially when children are involved. When couples file for divorce, the spouses usually experience intense emotions. Sometimes, what started off as an amicable divorce ...
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  • Protecting Yourself in a Divorce

    || 23-Apr-2018

    Whether you’re getting a no fault or a fault-based divorce, in both situations it’s important to protect yourself before, during and afterwards. This includes knowing your rights regarding marital property, debts, child support, and spousal support. You may feel like your hands are tied, but remember, knowledge is power. Here are our tips for protecting yourself while getting a ...
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  • What to Do When the Divorce is Over

    || 16-Apr-2018

    Everything you’ve done in recent months has built up to the moment when the divorce is completed. You’re divorced, the worst is over and now it’s time to embrace the next chapter in your life and your future. You may feel relieved, or the finalization of your divorce may have caused other, unexpected feelings. Regardless of how you feel about your marriage being officially over, ...
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  • 7 Shocking Causes of Divorce

    || 9-Apr-2018

    When you think about the main causes of divorce, two things probably come to mind: 1) cheating, and 2) financial problems. While these definitely lead to thousands of divorces every year, they are not the only reasons why people file for divorce. A third common reason is poor communication, but there are other causes, some of which might shock you. A lot of people run to the alter because of an ...
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  • Your Guide to Surviving Divorce

    || 2-Apr-2018

    If you’re getting a divorce, you need to protect yourself. And, one of the unconventional ways to make the process easier is to consciously work with your spouse to obtain a cooperative, no-fault divorce, one where the courts do not need to interfere. Even when you can work with your husband or wife to achieve an amicable divorce, you still need to understand your rights and responsibilities ...
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