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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Negotiation Tips for the Divorce Process

Divorce Advice: Negotiation Tips for the Divorce Process

One of the most dreaded moments in divorce is that of negotiations.  Often times, this is handled by a divorce lawyer or a mediator, but ultimately, the decisions come down to you.  Most people get overwhelmed at the thought of negotiation, but the truth of the matter is that we…

August 31st, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process
Divorce Advice for Grandparents

Divorce Advice for Grandparents; Know Your Rights

One issue many people do not think about when considering divorce is how it is going to affect others outside the marriage itself.  In many cases, grandparents and grandchildren have very close relationships, and when time spent with the parents is reduced, often the time spent with the grandparents can…

August 30th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce and Children
The Pros and Cons of Marital Bliss

The Pros and Cons of Marital Bliss

Most people have a very…”optimistic” view of marriage, and no one likes being the bearer of bad news.  However, there are some harsh realities that many people do not want to look at or acknowledge when tying the knot, and, well, someone has to be the one to rain on…

August 29th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice
Life After Divorce Made Easier Via Amicability

Divorce Advice; Life After Divorce Made Easier Via Amicability

Although our New York divorce forms video, which has only recently been released, provides a great primer on how to get a divorce in New York, there are some things that people forget when going through the divorce process that extend beyond the law and into the realm of civil…

August 28th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Life After Divorce
Facebook and Divorce

Facebook and Divorce; The Message meets the Messenger

Social networking has changed the name of the game when it comes to getting a divorce.  For many people, social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have been a great way to keep in contact with old work colleagues, friends from school, and just about every other person you have…

August 27th, 2012 Divorce and Social Media, Marriage Problems & Advice
Residency Requirements

Filing for Divorce? Residency Requirements Still Apply!

One of the most common misconceptions many people have about filing for divorce is that they can file for divorce in any state regardless of where they were married. Furthermore, many people think filing for divorce is a simple process of filing divorce papers and simply waiting for the rubber…

August 24th, 2012 Divorce Law, File For Divorce
Filing for Divorce; An End to a New Beginning

Filing for Divorce; An End to a New Beginning

In today’s fast-paced world, it really should not come as a surprise that marriages have kept up that same pace.  So many people have been issued divorce forms that people are now beginning to see their first marriages as so-called “starter marriages”.  In this context, a starter marriage is the one…

August 23rd, 2012 File For Divorce, Life After Divorce
How to Talk to Your Children About Divorce

Divorce Advice; How to Talk to Your Children About Divorce

Perhaps the hardest part about the divorce process is telling your children the news.  It is going to be heartbreaking for anyone, whether they are learning of the divorce or delivering the news.  In fact, many people are content to spend the rest of their lives in unhappy marriages just…

August 22nd, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce and Children
Back to School Tips for Newly Divorced Parents

Back to School Tips for Newly Divorced Parents

The kids going off to school after summer is tough for any parent, but for those who have recently completed and processed their online divorce forms, the experience can be a lot more emotional.  It might also get you thinking, though, about what this new school year means for you…

August 21st, 2012 Divorce Parenting, Life After Divorce
Your Divorce Papers have been finalized

Your Divorce Papers have been finalized…now what?

There is no doubt that the divorce process  is an emotional experience, but that does not mean there is nothing you can do to help the process along nor does it mean the same feelings will continue once your divorce forms have been finalized and completed. See the world! For…

August 20th, 2012 Life After Divorce

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