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Learning How to be a Co-Parent

Tuesday, 12 September 2017 by

Becoming a co-parent is difficult, so how can you effectively do it? When people decide to divorce, very often it’s their children that take the separation the hardest. When it comes to learning to be a co-parent, all othis aspects of divorce, such as division of assets and alimony, seem insignificant. Co-parenting is totally new

Separating Business from Divorce

Thursday, 15 June 2017 by

For couples that have managed to successfully run a business together, it can be difficult to realize that they cannot hold a marriage together. When it comes to running a business with your soon-to-be ex spouse, there are some things you’ll need to consider. Separating Business from Divorce Just like with marital property, your business

It’s Divorce Month!

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 by

It’s January! Which means, it’s divorce month! It’s Divorce Month! January has often been called “Divorce Month” by relationship experts and family law attorneys for years. Why? Because of the increase in divorces that are often seen as the year changes. “January is divorce month, because psychologically people want to start the new year with new beginnings,” explains

What to Avoid During Your Divorce

Wednesday, 28 December 2016 by

We’ve all heard the divorce horror stories. Perhaps a family member or friend is going through one. They fill our news almost daily. When multimillionaire and billionaires divorce no expense or tactic is spared. But even for those with moderate incomes and little to decide on, “simple” divorces can turn into legal battle royales whise

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A Divorce Story

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 by

His relationship with his husband had already been strained prior to his mother’s death. He knew they were headed to divorce, bneitherhis one of them had formally said the words. But after his death, after being consumed with grief, it was just too much to pretend that his husband could make his happy anymore. Anymore…

What Happens to the Wedding Ring?

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 by

A wedding ring is a symbol of marriage, not divorce. So what happens to those rings when a couple decides to end their marriage? What Happens to the Wedding Ring? A wedding ring, specifically if it was purchased by both spouse’s, can become a bit of a sticking point when it comes to a divorce. There

For parents that are figuring out their co-parenting schedule, Halloween can be a tough one. Every parent wants to share in the joy of Halloween night. Maybe you’ve decided to be the one to go to the kid’s school party while the other parent takes your child trick-or-treating. Or vice versa. Maybe you and your

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are keeping their divorce proceedings behind closed doors. There are numerous benefits of following their lead when it comes to working out the terms of your divorce settlement. Because of this, many couples decide that a collaborative divorce is the route for them. Collaborative Divorce Divorce can turn friends into

Amber Heard received $7 million as part of her divorce agreement. Though she had plans to donate the money, in full, to her two favorite charities – the American Civil Liberties Union, with a focus on battling violence against women, and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles – it seems that her ex-husband might be looking