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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Beware of Hidden Assets When Getting a Divorce

Beware Of Hidden Assets When Getting A Divorce

Jeff Landers, author of the new book, Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally – What Women Need To Know About Securing Their Financial Future Before, During, And After Divorce, stopped by Forbes this week with a piece on how women can cope with their husbands’ financial threats while the divorce papers…

December 30th, 2013 Divorce and Finances
This Divorce Attorney Should Have Chosen Another Name

This Divorce Attorney Should Probably Have Chosen A Different Name

While checking out Twitter over the holidays we came across one divorce attorney whose business moniker may not be exactly what you want in legal representation. The image, shown below, reveals an attorney who is attempting to insert a chuckle into the conversation about the decision to file for divorce.…

December 27th, 2013 Divorce Information
Women Quicker To Divorce Than Give Up Their Careers

Women Quicker To Divorce Than Give Up Their Careers

According to author Kathleen Gerson, in her 2010 study The Unfinished Revolution, close to 75 percent of women would rather file for divorce and go it alone than forsake their careers to become homemakers. Meanwhile, Gerson adds, men and women are in near-lockstep to preferring an egalitarian marriage (or one…

December 25th, 2013 Divorce Information, Grounds for Divorce
Co-Parenting Partner Involved in Substance Abuse

Is Your Co-Parenting Partner Involved In Substance Abuse?

Divorce Magazine recently pointed to a study that was published in the Family and Conciliation Court Review in 1992. Unfortunately, the age of the study cannot tell us much regarding current trends, but according to findings from 1,669 mediation sessions conducted in California family courts, it was determined that parents…

December 23rd, 2013 Divorce Parenting
How to Keep Your Divorce Goals Realistic and Reasonable

How To Keep Your Divorce Goals Realistic And Reasonable

Reaching the decision to file for divorce isn’t something to be taken lightly. Once you go down this path, you have to be prepared for fallout, such as changes in parenting techniques, pushback from your spouse over the settlement, and possibly having your family dragged through a lengthy and revealing…

December 20th, 2013 Divorce Process
The Most Ridiculous Reason For Divorce We've Ever Heard

Probably The Most Ridiculous Reason For Divorce We’ve Ever Heard…

In an episode of the hit TV series “Seinfeld,” Jerry is dating a woman, whom he ends up breaking it off with over the way she ate her peas. “She eats her peas one at a time,” Seinfeld tells best bud George Costanza. “I’ve seen her eat corn niblets, but…

December 18th, 2013 Grounds for Divorce
Sleeping Apart Is Good for Your Marriage?

Sleeping Apart Is Good For Your Marriage?

In a recent article for Huffington Post, contributor Aunt Becky for CafeMom’s The Stir detailed the eight signs that it may be time to take a break from your relationship. Most of the signs that Becky shared are usually indicative of problems in a marriage and can be factors in…

December 16th, 2013 Marriage Problems & Advice
Divorce Party

Divorce Parties: A Legitimate Form Of Therapy?

Divorce parties: once you’ve finalized your divorce papers, this may be the last thing that you’re thinking about, but that trend is changing. In Las Vegas, for instance, Glynda Rhodes, founder of The Divorce Party Planner, has seen a robust market. “It’s about creating a new chapter in your life,”…

December 13th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Style Tips for Thriving After Divorce

Style Tips For Thriving After Divorce

Fashion and style aren’t things we talk a lot about on this blog, and that’s probably to our detriment. After all, how you look and feel about yourself will play a huge role in getting you past the painful part of finalizing divorce papers. So if you’ve recently gone through…

December 12th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Boomers vs. Younger Generations: Who Divorces More?

Boomers Vs. Younger Generations: Who Divorces More?

According to a recent article from CNN contributor Pepper Schwartz, there is a pronounced difference in the number of Baby Boomers and younger generations when it comes to filing divorce papers. Citing data from the New York Times, Schwartz said the overall divorce rate had fallen from 50 percent to…

December 11th, 2013 Divorce Information

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