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Monthly Archives: October 2014

5 Vitals For Avoiding Emotional Affairs

Many people believe that a physical affair is the impetus for one spouse filing divorce papers against another, but the reality is, extramarital sex never has to occur. Most of the problems that destroy a marriage happen before the offending spouse ever considers a tryst with another person. Long before…

October 29th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice

Courtroom Checklist For Divorce Court

When you decide to file for divorce or you find yourself served with divorce papers, you have to start planning for the day that you enter the courtroom. While it may go relatively smoothly when you have little-to-no conflict or tension between each other, it’s another story entirely when it…

October 29th, 2014 Divorce Process

Child Custody And Support Payments: What You Need To Know

One of the major points of contention when couples decide to file for divorce is child custody. While one ends up as the custodial parent under normal circumstances and another is left to pay for child support, it’s never as simple in practice as it is in theory. This is…

October 29th, 2014 Child Custody, Child Support

It’s Not You, It’s Them: 3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Blame Yourself For Your Spouse’s Infidelity

When one spouse decides to file for divorce over a thing like infidelity, there can be a wave of emotion in the cheated-on spouse that makes them feel inadequate. This can be made doubly worse when the person your spouse cheated with is an insult in itself. ​A best friend,…

October 29th, 2014 Life After Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice

Record-Keeping: The Key To A Non-Messy Divorce

When a person decides to file for divorce, it usually comes as a surprise to one party. In fact, one study shows that 80 percent of spouses would rather stay and work through the marriage. They don’t want the divorce, plain and simple, and that can often mean stalling tactics…

October 22nd, 2014 Divorce Process

How To Fight Healthy In A Marriage

If you’ve never had a marriage fail, then you might make the mistake of thinking that people who file for divorce do so because they fight too much. The reality is that fighting itself has never led to the downfall of a marriage in the history of people saying, “I…

October 20th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice

What Does ‘Being Ready To Date’ Actually Mean After A Divorce?

If you have recently decided to file for divorce — or perhaps your spouse filed against you — then the idea of dating may seem far foreign. The question of when the right time is to get back out there is a good one, and it’s something you should be…

October 17th, 2014 Life After Divorce

Advice For Separated Co-Habitants On The Verge Of Divorce

When you or your spouse decide to file for divorce, there could be a time of transition where you continue living under the same roof as you make plans for post-divorce life. As with many life transitions, this can be incredibly awkward. You are both trying to come to terms…

October 15th, 2014 Life After Divorce

6 Essential Questions To Ask Before Getting Married

If you don’t want to file for divorce, there are certain questions you’ll need to know the answers to before ever tying the knot. Unfortunately, many couples get so caught up in the passion of the romance that comes with a new relationship that they fail to have the conversations…

October 13th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice

4 Antidotes To Loneliness After Divorce

If anything can make a person feel lonely, it is the immediate aftermath once one spouse has decided to file for divorce. Loneliness unchecked can lead to depression and other mental health issues that eventually take a toll on your physical well-being. It’s important to stamp it out as soon…

October 10th, 2014 Life After Divorce

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