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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Dissecting Grey Divorce

Grey divorce has been a hot topic in the news as of late, as the nation has seen a rise in the amount of those fitting into the age bracket of 55 and up divorcing at a higher rate in the last year. The topic has been dissected by everyone…

October 16th, 2012 Grey Divorce
Will You Be Divorced in 10 Years?

Will You Be Divorced in 10 Years?

It’s safe to say every relationship starts off great with the honeymoon phase, where your partner can do no wrong and every flaw is viewed as “cute”. The same goes for marriage, although it may not be as pronounced. But does it stay that way? Obviously in many cases the…

October 15th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice

Life After Divorce: Moving On and Up

Divorce is such a negative process and moment in our lives that sometimes it feels like life will always feel like you are freshly divorced. Like an animal released back into the wild, you don’t know if you should make a run for it or try to go back to…

October 12th, 2012 Life After Divorce

Divorce Studies Reveal Physical Effects on Children

For decades researches, both clinical and academic, have done extensive research on the psychological effects of divorce on children. Since divorce rose to social prominence in the 1970’s, various viewpoints have been discussed as to just what the nature of these effects, both in the short term and long term,…

October 12th, 2012 Divorce and Children

Healing After Infidelity: Don’t Just Walk It Off

Life after infidelity does not get any better if there is no change. The feelings of insignificance and instability do no subside for wronged spouses, and the marriage can start to feel like a prison. In some cases, the only recourse after infidelity is divorce; but good luck entering a…

October 11th, 2012 Life After Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice

Military vs Civilian Divorce Laws

Filing for, and obtaining a divorce is certainly no picnic or walk in the park. Now, if you are one of the fine men or women that serve this county, the process becomes a little trickier to navigate. Knowing all of the laws, having proper documentation, and even knowing where…

October 11th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

Post-Divorce Co-Parenting: It Can Work

After divorce, it’s the parent’s job to level out the field for the children, not vice versa. As an ex-spouse you might be a complete wreck, but as a newly single parent you are going to have to be a complete rock. But for a child of divorce there should…

October 10th, 2012 Divorce Parenting

5 Steps Toward Successful Alimony

Alimony, or spousal support as it is commonly known as, is the payment of funds from one spouse to another when there is a dissolution of marriage. During the divorce filing and the process itself, a judge will decide on alimony payments and have both parties sign off on all…

October 10th, 2012 Divorce Settlement, Spousal Support

Divorce and Debt: Avoiding Post-Divorce Financial Problems

Society does not sit around and wait for an economic resurgence. We all continue on with our lives, striving to make our own place in this great nation and pursuing our right to life, liberty and happiness. While the first two in that list are inherent, the last one is…

October 9th, 2012 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Settlement, Life After Divorce

Divorce Heard Around the World: How the U.S. Stacks Up

Living in such a diverse country, we can often get lost in the way our culture operates as opposed to other countries around the world. When it comes to divorce, we often to assume that the United States has to be in the lead compared to the rest of the…

October 9th, 2012 Divorce Information

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