Monthly Archives: May 2018

Things to Consider Before Moving Out During a Divorce

Couples going through a particularly nasty divorce may want to be as far away from each other as possible. When that couple is sharing a home, that desire can be extremely difficult to act on. ¬†It is not uncommon for one party to become so fed up with the living arrangements that moving out seems […]

Ways Adult Children can Hurt Your Divorce Case

Over the years, multiple studies have been conducted showing how minor children are affected by the divorce of their parents. Children can experience developmental issues that impact their ability to learn and function in certain age-appropriate ways. Growing awareness of these problems has led to some couples remaining married until their children become adults. ¬†However, […]

Signs Your Child is Having a Hard Time Coping with Divorce

Getting a divorce is hard on everyone in a family. Parents must often relocate, finances become more complicated, and children usually have their home life disrupted. While some children are better able to accept and cope with the divorce of their parents, others experience difficulty adjusting. During a contentious divorce, it is hard for parents […]

Why Divorce Time Frames Vary

When you or someone close to you is considering divorce, it is natural to talk to those close to you who have recently filed for divorce or gotten a divorce in the past. While talking to others can give you some insight into the typical divorce, it can also leave you with questions. Not every […]

What to do if Your Spouse Threatens Divorce

It is normal for couples to fight, but when the only time you and your spouse communicate is to fight, it could be a sign that the relationship is not working. Eventually, one spouse may get fed up and begin threatening his or her partner with divorce. Often the spouse who threatens divorce is the […]

Handling College Tuition After a Divorce

Graduation is right around the corner for high school students throughout the United States. The end of high school represents the end of childhood and many graduates decide to start college immediately after graduation. While this is a proud moment for any parent it also means the beginning of a new financial burden that could […]

Advice for Coping with Negative Commentary About Your Divorce

Though divorce no longer has the same stigma it once had, not everyone around you will greet the news of your impending divorce with support or enthusiasm. It is not uncommon for adults getting divorced to receive criticism from those who feel they should continue the relationship or believe their reasons for leaving are not […]

Why Some Parents are Afraid to Ask for Child Support Modification

Child support is an amount of money that a noncustodial parent provides the custodial parent to help meet the financial needs of their mutual children. This support is paid until the child turns 18, graduates high school, gets married, or is emancipated, meaning that those who separate from a co-parent when their mutual children are […]

Four Ways to Settle a Divorce Fairly

The financial aspects of divorce are daunting and can affect your life for several years after the divorce is finalized. Those who are unable to find a way to settle their divorce fairly often experience even greater financial difficulties caused by a drawn-out divorce process along with the ramifications of receiving an unfair settlement. While […]

Advice for Dating After a Divorce

Once a divorce is finalized, moving on is one of the best things you can do for yourself mentally and financially. Unfortunately, getting over the emotionally draining and financially devastating effects of divorce is easier said than done. One way people begin building a new life after their marriage has dissolved is by starting to […]

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