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Monthly Archives: December 2012

2012 New Marriage Knowledge

2012 New Marriage Knowledge

This past year has been an interesting one, and to commemorate the short amount of time we have left we decided to compile the most interesting relationship findings of 2012. Our readers might be feeling like lovelorn lonely souls, but never forget that divorce papers are just a new beginning…

December 28th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice
The Funnier Side of Divorce

The Funnier Side of Divorce

Divorce at any time is pretty tragic, but dealing with the residuals of a divorce around the holidays makes the wound ache more. The whole happy-go-lucky feel of the holiday season and mistletoe-bedecked hallways are almost behind you, so just hang in there. But to help you through, we found…

December 19th, 2012 Life After Divorce
Exorcising the Ex

Life After Divorce: Exorcising the Ex

The divorce is over, or may be nearing an end, and you’re thinking to yourself, “What now?” This is a new chapter in your life, but what exactly does that mean for you now? How do you begin to write that new chapter? Unfortunately, the MyDivorcePapers divorce forms specialists aren’t…

December 16th, 2012 Life After Divorce
In-Laws relationships

In-law Relationships: Helping or Hurting Your Chances of Divorce?

The holidays are approaching, and we all know what this entails. Family, friends, social obligations, and strain on relationships. The desire for spouses to look the part of the perfect union during these festive times can put increasing strain on those marriages which are already showing chinks in their armor.…

December 15th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice
New York’s Reformed No-fault Divorce Needs Reform

New York’s Reformed No-fault Divorce Needs Reform

In recent times, as little as two years ago, New York became the last state in the country to pass a comprehensive no-fault divorce law that would help eliminate the scenario of having one spouse being held responsible for the ending of the marriage. It was proposed that this law…

December 14th, 2012 Divorce Law, New York Divorce
January is Officially Divorce Month

January is Officially Divorce Month

We all want to focus on the magic of the holiday season, especially when everything is strung up in twinkling lights. But when a marriage is on the rocks, a couple cannot just rely on holiday magic to solve or absolve their relationship issues. Lawyers, divorce coaches, and other divorce…

December 13th, 2012 Divorce Information
Florida Alimony Laws

Will Florida Change Their Alimony Laws?

Due to various rulings in Florida recently, many have voiced their need for divorce law reform in Florida. Nothing official has been undertaken yet, but the need for reform has been supported among the affected population and in Florida’s 2012 legislature. The main issue being discussed is the “permanent alimony.”…

December 13th, 2012 Florida Divorce, Spousal Support
Divorce Process in New Jersey Under Scrutiny

Divorce Process in New Jersey Under Scrutiny

Divorce is, at its heart, the end of a marriage, although recently in the state of New Jersey the real conflict seems to begin with the commencement of the divorce procedure. Multiple noticeable instances in New Jersey divorce laws and proceedings have reached the news recently and have garnered heated…

December 12th, 2012 Divorce Law, New Jersey Divorce, Spousal Support
Divorce Dance of Destruction and Renewal

The Divorce Dance of Destruction and Renewal

If you’re thinking about divorce, if you’ve been blindsided by a divorce, or if you just finalized a divorce, you may be thinking one thing: “What just happened?” Then the onslaught of rehashing conversations, arguments, and periods of the relationship begins, with the sole purpose of finding the moment or…

December 12th, 2012 Life After Divorce
Kid-Friendly Divorce Talk

Kid-Friendly Divorce Talk

Divorce does not destroy families; it simply provides a new lens to view a family through. Divorce dissects a family and brings to the forefront the true connections and relationships that exist in the family unit. If you have noticed your child has a hard time talking about their feelings,…

December 11th, 2012 Divorce and Children

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