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Category Archives: Divorce Advice

Guest Blog: Attachment Parenting Through a Divorce

Attachment Parenting is a topic that has generated some heated debate over the last few years, and while many people feel strongly about it, there remains a great deal of ignorance about what this parenting philosophy actually is. The press has recently focused on some of the more extreme methods,…

April 10th, 2013 Divorce Advice, Divorce and Children, Life After Divorce

Bite-Sized Divorce Advice

If you hadn’t heard, January marks the beginning of the divorce rush. In the past, attorneys and divorce lawyers have noticed an influx of clients after the New Year, extending into the beginning of February. Some attribute the sudden spike in divorce to couples waiting until after the holiday to…

January 3rd, 2013 Divorce Advice, Divorce and Children, Life After Divorce

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

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

Amicable Divorce: Unity Before the Split

Deciding to get a divorce is the first step in a particularly unpleasant process, but who says your divorce has to be painful? True, your soon-to-be-ex-spouse may have been a lying, cheating, condescending waste of space, but an amicable, uncontested divorce makes the process easier on you and any children…

September 26th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process

Divorce Advice: Work With Your Ex for Post Divorce Success

Divorced couples that have children are often in a tough situation. Even after all of the divorce proceedings have been finalized, your relationship is never over. Being a single parent can be tough enough, but not being to establish a workable co-parenting relationship with your ex can be severely detrimental…

September 26th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Parenting
Breaking Up? Your Brain Is Wired to Move On

Divorce Coaches: The Future of Divorce Settlement?

A coach is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as a private tutor or one  who instructs or trains. So, we would not give a second thought to someone who describes themselves as say, a birthing coach, to aid in a woman’s pregnancy. Living in the 21st century, we probably wouldn’t…

September 20th, 2012 Divorce Advice

Divorce Advice: How to Help Children of Divorce

  Divorce is a nasty process, both legally and emotionally. Divorce affects the entire family, and especially children. One of the most common questions about divorce that people have to do with children. Children of all ages go through individual grieving processes and express their inner turmoil in different ways.…

September 16th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce and Children

Preparing for a Divorce; Things to Remember

  The time after a divorce can be one of the most painful times that you will ever have to go through. Both parties generally feel sad and upset. On top of these emotions, there are typically other issues to deal with, such as finances, assets and division of property.…

September 7th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process
Negotiation Tips for the Divorce Process

Divorce Advice: Negotiation Tips for the Divorce Process

One of the most dreaded moments in divorce is that of negotiations.  Often times, this is handled by a divorce lawyer or a mediator, but ultimately, the decisions come down to you.  Most people get overwhelmed at the thought of negotiation, but the truth of the matter is that we…

August 31st, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process

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