3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You File for Divorce

If you’re like most people who are considering divorce, you know you need a lot of information to make an informed decision. Before you file for divorce, you need to ask yourself three very important questions – and you have to come up with the right answers before you can make the right choice. 3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before ...

How to Deal With Your Co-Workers During Divorce

If you’re like most people going through divorce, you have a lot of company at work – and you know that people like to have water-cooler chats about each other fairly frequently. When you’re the person who’s going through a divorce, you’re going to be a hot topic at work. Here’s how to deal with your co-workers during divorce so ...

Co-Parenting Definition, Explanations and Guide

Co-parenting can be really tough, especially when you and your spouse have had a contentious divorce. However, you’re better able to do it if you know the official co-parenting definition, you can see real-world examples, and you have tips that will make you more successful. Fortunately, we’re here to give you all three. Co-Parenting Definition, Explanations and Guide Knowing what ...

Social Media and Your Divorce

Everyone needs a strong support network while you’re going through divorce – but if you’re like most people, you stay connected to all the people you know through social media. During divorce, though, social media can get you into serious hot water with the courts, and it could even affect your case. Here’s what you need to know about using ...

What is Discovery in a Divorce Case?

  During your divorce case, your attorney will do something called discovery – but what is discovery, and how will it help your case? Here’s what you need to know. What is Discovery in a Divorce Case? Discovery is the phase of divorce where your attorney and your soon-to-be ex-spouse’s attorney gather important information about your situation. It often includes ...

3 Reasons You Should NEVER Involve Your Kids in Your Divorce

Like most parents, you want the best for your children – and that includes making sure they come out of your divorce as healthy and happy as possible. To help ensure that, there’s one thing you should never do. You should never involve your children in your divorce. So what does that mean? How can you avoid involving your kids? ...

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