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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Pet custody

War of the Pooches: Extreme Pet Custody a Growing Trend?

Child custody is no laughing matter. Then again, it can be argued that anything a person holds dear is no laughing matter to them. When it comes to pets, humans often let their guard down for the love of their animals. It has also become a common bonding point for…

September 30th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Settlement
How Mother’s Manage Post-Divorce Relationships

How Mother’s Manage Post-Divorce Relationships

The effects of divorce, especially on children, has been well documented. The divorce process is painful enough and often lingers on into other phases of our lives, but eventually we need to move on. Whether emotionally ready or not, we will all start thinking about what to do next. Human…

September 29th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Life After Divorce
Hiring a Divorce Coach

Divorce on Your Side: Hiring a Divorce Coach

The Many Faces of a Divorce Coach Some divorce coaches may have had actual collegiate training at one of the various colleges popping up, like the College for Divorce Coaching in Tampa, Florida. These new colleges offer courses in various divorce topics, and upon completion of the training, the students…

September 28th, 2012 Divorce Process
Parental Alienation

“Parental Alienation” & Other Divorce Disorders

Adult relationships and their intricate dynamics have been dissected and stamped into our culture for thousands of years. But divorce and separation has also been around for a long period of time, whether recognized by governments and churches or not. Stipulations within divorce sometimes have a lot in common with…

September 28th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting
Know How to File in Alaska

Know How to File in Alaska

Knowing the right steps to take when starting out on anything new can be a little daunting and confusing. Now, when that something is the dissolution of a marriage, the degree of difficulty goes up exponentially. Each state has an abundance of different and varying laws in terms of how…

September 27th, 2012 Alaska Divorce, Divorce Documents, File For Divorce
Contangeous Divorce

Cover Your Mouth When You Divorce, Please

A common socially bantered statistic is that 50% of all marriages end in divorce. That number may not be as accurate as most studies say because depending on the age of the couple,  divorce rates range from 40-50%. It is close enough of an estimate though to be left alone…

September 27th, 2012 Divorce Process, Marriage Problems & Advice
Wedding Jitters May Predict Divorce

Wedding Jitters May Predict Divorce

Who can predict when a relationship may not turn out all sunshine and rainbows. In today’s world our attention spans are shorter than ever. Relationships can seem the same way. Who makes us happy? How can we tell? When do you know you should get married? For a long time…

September 26th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice
Amicable Divorce

Amicable Divorce: Unity Before the Split

Deciding to get a divorce is the first step in a particularly unpleasant process, but who says your divorce has to be painful? True, your soon-to-be-ex-spouse may have been a lying, cheating, condescending waste of space, but an amicable, uncontested divorce makes the process easier on you and any children…

September 26th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process
Work With Your Ex for Post Divorce Success

Divorce Advice: Work With Your Ex for Post Divorce Success

Divorced couples that have children are often in a tough situation. Even after all of the divorce proceedings have been finalized, your relationship is never over. Being a single parent can be tough enough, but not being to establish a workable co-parenting relationship with your ex can be severely detrimental…

September 26th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Parenting
New York Divorce Law

New York Divorce Law: Welcome to the 21st Century

The world is constantly changing and so is the divorce world. New York, for instance, finally joined the ranks of states with no-fault divorce laws in 2010. Previously, New York’s divorce law provided couples seeking divorce with wiggle room when it came to filing for divorce under one of the…

September 26th, 2012 Divorce Law, New York Divorce

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