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Category Archives: Divorce Process

Staying Civil During Divorce: Why It Matters

The circumstances under which you decide to file for divorce can vary greatly from relationship to relationship. Specifically when betrayal is part of the equation, it can be so difficult to keep your cool and not do something rash — something that may cause years of fighting even long after…

January 31st, 2014 Divorce Process

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

Divorce Appeals: 3 Things You Need To Know

Online divorce proceedings can help you get a fast, satisfactory, and as-painless-as-possible decision when filing for divorce, but as millions of people discover every day, one cannot always count on the process to go smoothly. When there are clashing personalities at work, you’ll need to know a little more than…

July 22nd, 2013 Divorce Process

How long does a Florida divorce take?

*This entry is a guest post by our friend Howard Iken, a Florida Divorce Attorney. We hope you enjoy!  A frequently-asked-question of divorce lawyers nationwide is “how long is this going to take”?   That is a normal, reasonable, question that has many different answers. First, there is the stock answer…

July 2nd, 2013 Divorce Process, Florida Divorce

Divorce Guilt Trips and Falls

Feelings of guilt and avoidance of guilt are powerful motivators. In some divorce cases, they even motivate a filer to lie or exaggerate marital conflicts for the sake of feeling less guilty about dissolving the marriage. As difficult and provoking as a divorce can be, keeping it a quiet, uncontested…

May 22nd, 2013 Divorce Process

Financial Cheaters Never Prosper

Besides the whole gravity thing, either love or money make the world go ’round; the catch is we aren’t exactly sure which one, or how much of both, cause the earth to make its orbit. If you look at the link between divorce and finances, you’re inclined to believe money…

April 26th, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

Divining the Divorcing Time

In matters of the heart, all logic and reason seem to fly out the window; but when times get tough for romantics, hopefully the romantics turn into philosophers. In most marriages, there was something special that drew the people together in the first place. But over the years (or year),…

April 24th, 2013 Divorce Process, Marriage Problems & Advice

Brain Science and Broken Hearts

Understanding how a traumatic event, such as heartbreak, affects a person biologically can sometimes help the sufferer cope. Thanks to studies in neuroscience, this theory is readily available to put into practice. It turns out that the body’s reaction to social rejection likely originates from the brain’s response to physical…

April 19th, 2013 Divorce Process, Life After Divorce

Proactive Change in the Face of Divorce

There tends to be two basic coping mechanisms following abrupt, and at many times difficult, changes in one’s life. The fight-or-flight response summarizes them well. In the fight response,  you take the change head on, courageously facing the issues that arise as you fight to keep your head above water.…

April 16th, 2013 Divorce Process, Life After Divorce

Time Frames of Divorce

It’s safe to say we are a nation of clock-watchers. Time, how much or how little of it we have left, is a top concern within work as well as family environments. It can be a huge source of stress when, as a prime example, you’re stuck in rush hour…

April 15th, 2013 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

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