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3 Things You May Not Know About Divorce Process

Divorce Process: 3 Things You May Not Know About

The divorce process is a lengthy, complicated procedure with tons of legal facts that affect lives of each and every one of the family. Also, divorce myths often lead to misconducts that affect every one of the family afterward. A little understanding and knowledge of these facts can turn the…

August 22nd, 2016 Divorce Process
The Divorce Checklist

The Divorce Checklist: Making Sure You are Prepared

A divorce checklist like this one can help you prepare for your divorce. Well, as well as you can be prepared for divorce. During this difficult time, it’s easy to forget things and skip important steps that could make the overall experience easier to navigate. Having a divorce checklist is the next…

August 15th, 2016 Divorce Process
Successful Divorce

What Does It Mean to Have a Successful Divorce?

In a recent article on the Timoney Knox, LLP, Attorneys-at-Law blog, the concept of a successful divorce was discussed in some detail. If you’ve ever decided to file for divorce, “success” may not seem like it factors in, but that’s where you’d be wrong. As the writer of the piece…

April 6th, 2015 Divorce Process
Steps You Should Take Before Saying Divorce

3 Steps You Should Take Before Saying Divorce

When you decide to file for divorce, you shouldn’t jump right in to it without first taking some steps to lay the groundwork. After all, there are another person’s feelings you’ll have to contend with, and if you have children with that other person, then you’ll have that to consider as…

January 14th, 2015 Divorce Process, Marriage Problems & Advice
Courtroom Checklist for Divorce Court

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
Key to a Non-Messy Divorce

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
Breaking Divorce: Formulating a Strategy

Breaking Divorce, Part Three: Formulating A Strategy

If you’ve decided that you want to file for divorce, you’re going to have to be clear and effective when it comes to communicating that to your spouse. However, it’s important that you choose the right time and that you don’t blindside your spouse, as we’ve discussed in previous entries.…

August 8th, 2014 Divorce Process
Effective Apology

An Effective Apology Could Be Your Ticket To Smooth Divorce

Texas attorney Dick Price recently posted a comment on his blog regarding the effects of a powerful apology on filing divorce papers. In it, Price said the following: “As you may know, divorces are often very emotional experiences. It is also true that while generally both parties are at fault…

April 11th, 2014 Divorce Process
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
Waiting Period for Divorce Defended

‘Card-Carrying Liberal’ Defends Waiting Period For Divorce

Responding to a recent article by Pamela White, entitled “Defending Divorce,” self-professed “liberal, card-carrying Democrat” Michele Weiner-Davis has taken issue with the idea that the decision to file for divorce should be made easier on couples. In the piece, published first on Weiner-Davis’ “Divorce Busting” blog, the author argues that…

February 21st, 2014 Divorce Process

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