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Save Money on your Divorce with the Following Four Tips

September 16, 2016

Getting divorced can be expensive. Some couples who know their marriage cannot be repaired actually opt to simply separate, rather than complete the divorce process, because they think they cannot afford it. Although a divorce can be expensive, it does not always have to be. There are a lot of ways you can save money […]

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Making the Transition from High School to College Easy for Your Child

September 13, 2016

Graduating from high school and moving into the next stage of life, which may be college, enlistment in the United States military, vocational school, or a full time job, is exciting for any young person and perhaps a bit overwhelming for his or her parents. Today, the majority of high school graduates attend college. As […]

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Make the Transition Back to School Easier This Year

September 1, 2016

School is almost back in session and that means that it is almost time to get into the routine of a new academic year. If you are a divorced parent, a new school year can be especially challenging because it can demand changes to your child custody arrangement, disputes about the costs associated with school […]

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How a Gray Divorce is Different from a Divorce Earlier in Life

August 10, 2016

You might be familiar with the term “gray divorce.” If you are not, it refers to divorces between individuals who are 50 years old or older. Gray divorce is a growing trend in the United States: since 1990, the divorce rate for individuals over the age of 50 has doubled. For those over 65, it […]

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Can You Save Your Marriage? Three Strategies to Try Before You File for Divorce

July 6, 2016

All married couples fight. Conflicts are a natural part of any relationship. What distinguishes a healthy relationship from an unhealthy one is not the presence of conflict, but how these conflicts are resolved. If you find yourself screaming at yourpartner or calling him or her names during your disagreements, or if you find yourself bottling […]

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False Accusations During the Divorce Process

April 5, 2016

Some people view the divorce process as a battlefield. Although the court is bound to obey a set of state-specific rules to ensure that divorce settlements are reached fairly and equitably, individuals often attempt to pervert this system and can resort to lying about their former spouses in an attempt to receive a greater share […]

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