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Financial Freedom After Divorce

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 by

Divorce is scary to face. A million questions will be asked before any answers are found. You will need to start a new life, and the tolls of that will not only be emotional, but also financial. Regardless of if you are receiving child support and alimony, or paying child support and alimony, you will

Reasons for Divorce

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 by

Infidelity, falling out of love, financial reasons. These are all reasons for getting a divorce. But they aren’t the only ones. Common Reasons for Divorce Chances are you have a friend or family member that has gone through divorce. It’s not easy and there are many factors that contribute to the dissolution of a marriage.

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.

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

Almost two years after originally announcing their divorce, it appears that Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have finally filed for divorce. Ben and Jen are Finally Divorcing The couple filed the divorce documents together, and are both seeking joint legal as well as physical custody of their children. The date of separation, as well as the division

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

Low-impact and low-conflict divorces can often have more damaging effects on children than high-conflict and high-impact divorces. Divorce is not easy, and it often brings out the worst in us, but in some marriages, the signs of divorce can be hard to spot for children. If you and your spouse have always had a low-conflict

With Christmas just peeking ’round the corner, you might be facing the dilemma that comes with coordinating child visitation during this holiday season. Eliminate the Stress of Holiday Child Visitation There’s no reason why coordinating your child visitation schedule should add stress to the holiday season. There are some critical steps that need to be taken to

Learning How to Co-Parent

Monday, 12 December 2016 by

It’s easy to do.  You get a text message from your ex-spouse about not wanting to give up “their time” with the children you share to accommodate for a scheduling issue that you’ve run into. So you fire back a snarky text that sets off World War 3. And then your son approaches you with:

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