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It’s hard to remember that “parenting” is the main portion of “co-parenting” because it’s so easy to get caught up in the “co” portion. But one couple has decided that it’s best to stay civil for the sake of their child. The way they’re staying civil? By taking family portraits every year. Co-Parenting with Yearly

Former Spice Girl member Mel B made her first public appearance at the season 12 kickoff of America’s Got Talent. This is the first time she’s appeared in public since filing for divorce from estranged husband Stephen Belafonte. Mel B is Moving Forward After Divorce Mel B, 41, was noticeably missing her wedding band during the

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Financial Tips for Your Divorce

Monday, 20 March 2017 by

Finances can be hard to manage in general, but if you are going through a divorce, they can feel almost impossible. There are a number of things to consider: will you be receiving alimony or paying it? Child support? What will your “single life budget” be? You’ll want to address these questions as soon as

According to a new Pew Research Center analysis gray divorces have doubled since 1990. New Research Shows Doubling of Gray Divorces Gray divorce is the “nickname” given to couples that divorce after long marriages and later on in life. The “gray” is a nod to the fact that many of those people involved in gray divorces

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Tarek El Moussa of TV’s Flip or Flop is offering insights into why his marriage to Christina El Moussa failed. Tarek El Moussa’s Insights into Divorce The Flip or Flop stars announced their divorce last December after an eight-month separation and seven years of marriage. Tarek believes the couple’s growing fame and his cancer diagnosis are what took the ultimate

According to a 2014 study conducted by the Pew Research Center, 80 percent of never-married women said “finding someone with a steady job would be very important.” The idea of “steady job” could be defining factor in the difference between the divorce rates of higher-income families and lower-income families. Divorce Rates Divorce rates among lower-income

College Tuition and Divorce

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 by

One of the hardest things for divorced parents is handling the child situation. From child custody to child support payments, these types of situations can be difficult. And the thing that makes it the most difficult? Money. That’s why it makes sense that it takes a lot of planning and careful decision making when it

Former NFL Saints receiver Robert Meachem has been thrown in jail for 30 days for failing to pay child support and alimony. Meachem Goes to Jail for Failed Child Support Payments Former receiver for the New Orleans Saints, Robert Meachem, 32, is $388,019 behind on the child support he owes for his two children. As a

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The Truth About the Divorce Rate

Wednesday, 08 February 2017 by

It’s a staggering statistic – half of all marriages end in divorce — but is it really true? The Truth About the Divorce Rate We’ve heard for years that 50% of marriages end in divorce, but the truth is divorce rates are falling, not rising. In fact, according to researchers, the rate of divorce in the

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