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Divorce Season is Upon Us

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 by

It looks like divorce season may be upon us. Though January is often hailed as “Divorce Month,” a new study recently released by the University of Washington reveals that the most common months for divorce filings are March and August. Divorce Season is Upon Us Researchers Julie Brines and Brian Serafini from the University of

Co-parenting can be difficult, but once you and your ex figure it out, you’ll find that the child, or children you share, will feel much safer about their new family arrangement. Sometimes hearing other’s experiences can help prepare you for the trials you might face. Below we share some celebrity’s thoughts on their co-parenting relationships.

Divorce is scary to face. What can make the process even more overwhelming is determining what your financial situation will look like. In addition to child support and alimony, you will also need to determine how your property will be divided. Dividing Marital Property When it comes to dividing assets during a divorce there are various concerns you will

A new study from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh suggests a bitter divorce can raise a child’s risk of getting more colds in adulthood. Can A Bitter Divorce Harm Your Child’s Immune System? The study concluded that children of parents that separate and do not speak to each other are at an increased risk for

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