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How Social Media can Impact Your Divorce

Many of us have discovered that social media platforms make us feel more connected with the world around us. Unfortunately, despite this advantage, social media accounts can end up as hurdles if you are navigating a family matter and details gleaned online are used in the wrong way. 

There are some strategies, however, that you can […]

How are Parental Rights Impacted if You Have to Move After a Divorce?

While navigating a divorce, parents will agree to terms concerning custody as well as parenting time. While it can take some time to grow accustomed to these arrangements, many parents eventually do. When one parent later has to move, however, it can become necessary to change these terms of the divorce settlement. As a result, […]

Should My Spouse’s Name be Taken Off the Mortgage?

In the case of many divorcing couples, marital homes are one of the most valuable assets. As a result, divorcing couples often must decide what to do with the property. There are three general ways to handle a marital home — spouse 1 retains the house, spouse 2 retains the house, or both spouse 1 […]

Important Things to Remember About Military Families and Child Support

All parents are financially responsible to some degree for their children, but military parents have particular duties when it comes to caring for their families. As such, several laws exist to make sure that the children  of military parents receive adequate care. 

The failure of military parents to follow these laws can lead to serious penalties. […]

What to do Before Bringing an Adopted Child Home

A growing number of people in the United States are discovering that adoption makes sense in their family. For many couples, adoption is the only possible way to discover the joys of parenthood. Despite this, adoption does not come without its challenges. 

One of the biggest challenges involved with adoption is that preparing for the event […]

Proven Strategies for Getting over an Unwanted Divorce

Unwanted divorces can leave you blind-sided. Many times when unwanted divorce occurs, people realize there are aspects of their marriage that need improving, but fail to realize just how close to the end things are. As a result, many people navigating unwanted divorces find themselves facing depression and anxiety. 

Fortunately, there are several proven strategies that […]

How to Help Children Live Comfortably in Two Homes

Not all marriages work out. For couples who are forced to navigate a divorce, the challenge becomes how to make sure that the children endure the process as successfully as possible. For many children, the transition from life with two married parents to two separated parents can be difficult. In recognition of the best interest […]

What to do After Reaching a Divorce Settlement

It can be tempting to think that once a divorce settlement has been reached, the entire process of ending the marriage has concluded. This, however, is not always true. Because divorce can impact so many aspects of your daily life, there are often many problems to solve even after a settlement is reached. The following […]

The Truth Behind Common Divorce Misconceptions

Just like in many other stressful and common experiences, many misconceptions persist about divorce. If you fall into thinking that any of these popular myths are true, the divorce process will likely be much more difficult for you. The following will take an honest look at these misconceptions so that you will be better prepared […]

How to Increase Your Chances of Getting Child Custody

When it comes to handling end-of-marriage issues, it is common to experience numerous negative emotions. One common obstacle that can create anxiety and stress in parents is deciding who will have the parenting rights to the couple’s children. 

For many parents, it is important to maintain a relationship with the children. Just because you disagree with […]

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