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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Custody Arrangements Video Blog

There are many factors that affect custody arrangements. The best and most reasonable arrangements should be decided upon by both parents in order for a smooth transition for any children involved. This also eliminates any

October 24th, 2012 Child Custody, Divorce Settlement, Divorce Videos

Child’s Bill of Rights Video Blog

The Child’s Bill of Rights was implemented for the sole purpose of protecting all children involved in divorce. There are a number of factors in the development of custodial issues. All 50 states have adopted this Bill of Rights in order to protect children and to uphold all of their…

October 23rd, 2012 Divorce and Children, Divorce Law, Divorce Videos

Community Property Video Blog

The dissolution of marriage brings about many changes for all involved. Deciding who gets what as far as assets, finances, and property can often be the most stressful and difficult part of the entire process. Property is defined as something that a person legally owns. When two people enter into…

October 23rd, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Settlement

Retirement Distribution Video Blog

It was inevitable that divorce would make its way into the technological era. Thanks to the vast number of people connected to the internet from a multitude of different sources, whether its via smartphone, tablet, or computer, online interactions and transactions are expected. We bank online, and shop online, so…

October 22nd, 2012 Divorce and Finances, Do It Yourself Divorce, Online Divorce

Dating After Divorce: Do’s and Don’ts

Some of us, actually many of us, have a tendency to repeat our mistakes. Its part of human nature and it can be construed as the general make-up of our personally. We are drawn to certain things, and these funneled choices lead us down similar paths that ultimately end the…

October 19th, 2012 Life After Divorce

Happy Mediation Settlement Day!

Many states have a clause under their divorce laws that specifically state that mediation is mandatory before a party decides to completely dissolve their marriage. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution, or the practice of resolving disputes between two or more parties with concrete effects. Typically, a third…

October 18th, 2012 Divorce Information, Divorce Law
Divorce, Retirement, and Social Security

Divorce, Retirement, and Social Security

Concerns about the economy are a prevalent topic of discussion throughout our nation. Divorce in itself can be a messy ordeal, but when combined with poor financial management or even the splitting of a family’s finances can be catastrophic to a single spouse’s financial future. This is not limited to…

October 18th, 2012 Divorce and Finances, Grey Divorce

21st Century Divorce: There’s an App For That

Each and every one of the 50 states has its own divorce laws. Many can be difficult to process and understand due to the fact that many have clauses and finicky details that only those who have been entered into the bar association can properly navigate. Being in this digital…

October 17th, 2012 Do It Yourself Divorce, Online Divorce

Multiple Parents: The Way of the Future?

Divorce and family law differs from state to state. Naturally, the more liberal the state tends to be, the more lax the laws are. That being said, California is viewed as a state that does things a little differently in terms of governing its people, especially in terms of family…

October 17th, 2012 Divorce Parenting

Common Reasons for Divorce

In some marriages, divorce becomes a looming reality. Some couples can sense it right away, even if they try to continually make amends and patch things up; yet some couples know the only permanent fix is a complete separation. Sometimes it can creep up on a couple over the years.…

October 16th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice

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