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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Divorce Advice: How to Announce Your Divorce

When people think about divorce they always forget the part about telling people. Just like with good news, bad news must have out, and it usually isn’t too much fun. You’ll find it hard to just tell people in passing that you got a divorce because the news will start…

October 8th, 2012 Divorce Advice

Minnesota Divorce Law: Underwater Homes and Asset Distribution

About a decade ago, nearly every divorce in which involved a home provided the couple some equity value in that home, which was then to be divided as part of the divorce settlement.  Home equity is the difference between the home’s fair market value and the outstanding balance of all…

October 8th, 2012 Divorce Settlement, Minnesota Divorce

Understanding Fault vs. No Fault Divorce

There are two different methods when obtaining a divorce; fault and no fault. Traditionally, in many states, fault divorces were the standard, meaning, a couple could not get a divorce unless there was some good reason for doing so. Prior to no-fault divorce being adopted into law for each state,…

October 7th, 2012 Divorce Law, Grounds for Divorce

Single Parent Dating in the Post Divorce World

Starting over in the post divorce world with kids can be a daunting task. New house, shared custody, support payments, and general upheaval of what was once your life can wreak havoc on our daily routines. The optimist in us will say this is a second chance, a reset and…

October 6th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Life After Divorce

Children And Divorce: Keeping the Holiday Cheer

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, and all that jazz. In post-divorce life, the holidays can seem like nothing more than a cruel joke, especially for families who have recently gone through a divorce. Even if your divorce wasn’t too nasty or filled with resentment, the holidays throw every recent…

October 5th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting

Community Property States: Are You Divorcing in One?

With any divorce, there comes a division of assets, properties, and debts. This is unfortunately just one of the many detailed and intricate things that go into divorce itself. There are certain laws and regulations that specify just how property is to be divided and what property is actually defined…

October 5th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Settlement

Divorce Advice: 2 Post-Divorce Must-Do’s

The books, movies, and sitcoms about people finding themselves, and a new lover, after a divorce paints an idyllic picture of how most people would want their post-divorce life to go; fleeing to an exotic country, stumbling upon an electrifying romance with an uncannily gorgeous local, and living happily ever…

October 4th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Life After Divorce

Divorce & Financial Planning: We All Need Help

As a novice with no training, crunching numbers can be a tedious process. It’s even more stressful when you’re looking at your own assets and trying to gauge a budget or plan for the future. Divorce in today’s world can really do damage to a nuclear families financial situation. Jobs,…

October 4th, 2012 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Settlement, Life After Divorce

Impossibility of Digital Disconnection in Divorce

The phrase “you have to move on” generally is one of the first or second things people say when they try to comfort someone about an emotional schism in their life. Moving on can be applied to many facets of our reality, and some more important than others.  Our psychological…

October 3rd, 2012 Divorce and Social Media, Life After Divorce

Divorce Facts and Stats: Geography and Frequency of Divorce

Polls, data, and statistics. Taking the pulse within a large body of people, especially as diverse as the United States, can be tedious in nature. Many variables go into gathering, refining, and coming to conclusions on data for millions of people. The divorce rate has long been the subject of…

October 3rd, 2012 Divorce Information

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