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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Massachusetts Bill to Ban Sex, Dating During a Divorce

Massachusetts Bill Wants To Ban Sex, Dating During A Divorce

A Massachusetts lawmaker has set forth a bill that would ban parents from having sex in their own homes while divorce papers are pending. The bill would also not allow a parent to bring a date home without a judge’s permission. Almost immediately, the pending legislation stirred up controversy on…

March 31st, 2014 Divorce Law, Divorce Parenting, Massachusetts Divorce
Why Conscious Uncoupling Can Do More Harm Than Good

Why Conscious Uncoupling Can Do More Harm Than Good

The term “conscious uncoupling” has picked up a lot of steam this week in light of the announcement that actress Gwyneth Paltrow and now-ex Chris Martin (frontman of Coldplay) have decided to call it quits “with the least amount of emotional damage possible.” The couple decided to file for divorce…

March 28th, 2014 Life After Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice
Advantages of an Indemnity Clause

4 Advantages Of An Indemnity Clause

An indemnity clause is something you don’t hear about a lot when it comes to the typical divorce. When you file for divorce, there are so many things to remember that getting down into the weeds with a term like this can be daunting, but if you aren’t sure about…

March 26th, 2014 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Settlement
Divorce Could Be the Best Thing That Happened to You

Why Divorce Could Be The Best Thing That Ever Happened To You

It may not seem possible when you’re going through it, but deciding to file for divorce can be the best decision you ever make. While there is often a lot of heartache and uncertainty that goes along with the end of any relationship, you need to start looking beyond the…

March 24th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Covert Ops: How to Pre-Plan Your Divorce

Covert Ops: How To Pre-Plan Your Divorce

Every relationship is different, as are the reactions of people when they discover that their spouse wants to file for divorce. If you’re the one planning the getaway, dealing with irrational behaviors and a desire for revenge from your spouse can be made doubly worse when you haven’t done appropriate…

March 21st, 2014 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process
Cohabitation Does Not Lead To Divorce

Cohabitation Does Not Lead To Divorce, Study Claims

Living together before marriage generally gets a bad reputation as being a common factor whenever a couple decides to eventually file for divorce. However, new research from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro indicates that may not be the case at all. The study, led by associate professor Arielle…

March 19th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Avoid Cheating Through the Pocketbook

Financial Affairs: How To Avoid ‘Cheating’ Through The Pocketbook

According to an NEFE (National Endowment for Financial Education) study, a record 33 percent of Americans are committing acts of financial betrayal against their spouses. Some of the common cases for these “financial affairs” that often lead to one spouse deciding to file for divorce include the following: Secret credit…

March 17th, 2014 Divorce and Finances
Greatest Gift a Single Parent Can Give to Their Child

The Greatest Gift A Single Parent Can Give To Their Child

Recently, Huffington Post asked their readers to share some hard truths about being a single parent once they decided to file for divorce. While the website culled through hundreds of responses and eventually published the top 11, there was one that really stood out to us: “Realize that there’s a…

March 14th, 2014 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting
Fighting Married Peer Pressure

Fighting Married Peer Pressure

In a recent article for Huffington Post, blogger Jenny Erikson took a quick look at the seven “terrible” reasons to rush in to marriage, and we agree on each and every point. One, in particular, that stood out was this: All Your Friends Are Married Yes, it’s possible that even…

March 12th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Woman Faces Fine For Insulting Ex on Facebook

Woman Faces Heavy Fine For Calling Ex An ‘A**hole’ On Facebook

Every now and then a story comes along to highlight the reason why you shouldn’t be petty and vengeful when deciding to file for divorce. One of the most recent comes from Spain, where a woman posted photographs of herself on Facebook wearing a shirt that read, “My ex-husband’s an…

March 10th, 2014 Divorce and Social Media, Life After Divorce

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