Monthly Archives: March 2019

Staying Safe When Co-Parenting With an Abusive Ex

Most people who have done it can tell you that co-parenting is a particularly difficult experience. This process, however, can become even more challenging if a person’s former spouse is abusive. In these situations, it is common to find co-parenting is more difficult than a person ever would have anticipated. In case you find yourself […]

Tips to Make Single Parenting a Little Bit Easier

Being a single parent is a difficult task, to say the least. Many people even find that it is the hardest thing that they have ever done. Even the best parents end up feeling overwhelmed and stressed out much of the time. Fortunately for single parents, there are some strategies they can follow to make […]

The Relationship Between Age and Divorce

While it might sound surprising, your age makes a difference when it comes to marriage and divorce. For example, certain statistics reveal that there is a larger likelihood for divorce to occur in couples who marry at a certain age. Other data reflects that the current generation has a lower divorce rate when compared to […]

Why You Should Consider a Prenuptial Agreement

Many couples avoid ever discussing prenuptial agreements because of the stigma attached. Future spouses fear that bringing up a prenuptial agreement will detract from the joy of the wedding. There is also a risk that the person who raises this topic will end up conveying to the other partner that the relationship may not ultimately […]

Important Questions to Ask Yourself Before Pursuing a Divorce

Divorce is a complex process that is not to be entered into lightly. In some cases, you might have had a preview of the exciting and enjoyable life that you will be able to lead without your current spouse. While deciding to pursue divorce is not a decision to be made lightly, it is sometimes […]

Recognizing the Effect that Dating can Have on Alimony and Custody

In the state of Georgia, if a person engages in any type of sexual activity with someone who is not his or her spouse before filing for divorce, that individual in the eyes of law will be viewed as having committed adultery. If a person decides to date someone after filing for divorce or separation, […]

Common Financial Issues in “Gray Divorces”

Over the last few decades, there has been a substantial increase in the number of “gray divorces” that occur in this country. The term “gray divorce” refers to couples who dissolve a marriage later on in their lives. Given the nature of gray divorces, there are a number of unique financial issues that occur during […]

Divorce Trends That You Might Find Surprising

The divorce rate in Georgia and rest of the country has held relatively steady for many years. The National Center for Health Statistics reports that currently approximately 45% of marriages end in divorce. Certain new trends in divorce have evolved as of late, however, and some are surprising. While some of these divorce changes are […]

How Debt can Impact a Divorce

Deciding to end your marriage does not always means that you can entirely sever all ties with your former spouse. For example, if you and your former spouse had a child together, you will likely still need to interact with one another for the well-being of the child. Another element that can connect two former […]

Ways to Reduce Tension in High Conflict Divorces

Even if things go according to plan, the end of a marriage can be an emotionally trying time. While certain tensions between exes resolve as time progresses, other divorcing couples find themselves facing intense and long-lasting conflict. Even though it is impossible to control the actions of your ex during this time, there are some […]

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