Divorce

Social Media Activity to Tell Your Lawyer About

After a breakup, it is surprisingly common for both spouses to spend time constantly checking each other’s social media accounts. Whether a person is searching for evidence of bad behavior or just curious about what a spouse is doing during the separation, it is possible that questionable behavior will be revealed. Unfortunately, it can be […]

Actions That can Lose You Custody of Your Children

Today there are dozens of divorce horror stories that involve one or both parties indulging in juvenile behavior. These sordid tales often feature an angry adult doing something cringe-inducing to either get back at a spouse or to vent rage over his or her legal predicament.  Every person who has gone through a divorce understands […]

What Not to do After Discovering Your Spouse is Cheating

Infidelity during marriage is closely linked to divorce since a person who discovers that his or her spouse has cheated is statistically more likely to separate or get divorced. Unfortunately, there is no way to predict who will cheat or when cheating may occur, leaving many men and women completely unprepared to handle their discovery. […]

When Shared Parenting is Not a Good Idea

Shared parenting is a form of custody that allows both parents to have equal physical time with their children. Shared parenting allows the children to have an equal relationship with each parent and allows the parents an opportunity to work together to raise their mutual children. Though there are psychological benefits to this type of […]

Three Signs of an Internet Affair

Since the internet was established and home computers became more affordable, over 84% of the households in the United States now have a computer. Approximately 89% of all Americans use the Internet regularly, and this method of connecting with others has led to a large number of online affairs. The prevalence of these affairs had […]

Tips for Co-Parenting During a Divorce

Parenting a child during a divorce is difficult for both parents. Not only do both parents need to adjust to being a single parent, their child must get used to living in a household that no longer allows them constant access to both parents. Additionally, the parents must learn how to effectively co-parent even though […]

Why Spying on Your Spouse Could be a Bad Idea

A breakdown in communication and lack of trust are two reasons that marriages often break down to a point that divorce is inevitable. Unfortunately, technology has made it easier for couples to erode each other’s trust and further damage the relationship. Several apps and software program make spying on your spouse easier than ever, but […]

Repercussions of Restricting Your Spouses Access to the Marital Home

A bitter divorce that is fueled by anger and distrust can lead to many bad choices being made by both parties. There are a number of things that a person going through a divorce can do that will seriously hurt his or her chances of receiving a fair settlement. One of the most harmful things […]

Why Hiding Assets is Not Worth the Risk

Both spouses are expected to fully disclose their income sources and available assets in the early stages of divorce. On this form, a financial disclosure, both parties are swearing under oath that they are providing truthful and accurate information. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for a person to attempt to hide assets from a spouse […]

Separation Mistakes to Avoid

The period of a marital separation is never easy. Regardless of how bad the marriage was, it can be hard to find your equilibrium during the separation period. Making mistakes is common, but there are a few separation mistakes to avoid at all costs. These mistakes could seriously affect your relationship with children if you […]

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