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  1. Surviving Divorce: What To Think About To Ensure Surviving Divorce By Karl Augustine
    Surviving divorce can be a valid fear if you're contemplating getting a divorce. In order to ensure surviving divorce, you should first understand that your divorce decision shouldn't be taken lightly. Ensuring that you'll be surviving divorce can be comforting and can influence your path as you consider your reasons for divorce and take the emotional plunge into actually going through with it.Its tough enough to think about how your immediate life will be impacted by getting a divorce let alo…


  2. Divorce Mediation A Relatively Speedy and Low Cost Alternative By Nathan Dawson
    Is it possible to have an easy divorce? A low cost divorce? Or do all divorce settlements necessarily end in hard feelings and financial ruin? The truth is that divorce can be low-cost and easy… or it can be a long ordeal that can drag on for months. No matter how emotional things get, just remember that you always have a choice and that your willingness to negotiate through mediation can help speed up the whole process, thereby minimizing the pain inflicted on your family.Mediation is a legal…


  3. Reasons You Aren't Starting the Decision Making Process About Whether To Get a Divorce Or... By Karl Augustine
    Stay MarriedAlong with any tough decision comes reluctance, especially when that decision involves an actual process and might potentially involve emotional pain or anguish. Deciding whether or not to get a divorce or stay married can be a frightening time for most people, even if they know deep inside themselves that they have to actually make a decision, one way or another.People are reluctant to embark on an 'emotionally driven' decision making process because they fear that it will be unco…


  4. Divorce Online Sevice - Why Should We Lose Money And Time Applying For Divorce? By James Wood
    Attempts to use the worldwide Web as an effective means of struggle against bureaucracy are undertaken constantly and sometimes successfully. Today it is possible to fill in a tax declaration, apply for bankruptcy or to receive a legal consultation. And lately there are sites offering online divorce services.It is usually easier to marry than to divorce, especially if the spouses who wish to do so must divide their common property as well.Divorce is extremely difficult business in rich familie…


  5. The Legal Side of Divorce By Philippe Kostine
    While divorce can be an emotionally draining experience, even in the best of situations, it can also be a complicated legal matter that affects both parties equally. No matter how long your marriage has lasted or how few belongings you share together, it is also best to involve an attorney in your divorce proceedings. With out legal representation your rights could go unprotected and you could end up in financial trouble or even lose custody of your children or possessions.Once you have contac…


  6. Five Christmas Survival Tips For The Divorced & Single Parent By Drew Harris
    For the over 50% of marriages that end in divorce, Christmas can be a hugely trying time.Since the season is one of the most stressful times of the year anyway, this onslaught of raw emotion to the divorcee can be overwhelming. This is reflected in the Christmas surge of suicide rates.The feelings are that much more intense if there are kids involved.I know for myself, nothing could have prepared for me for the crushing sadness I felt during my first post-divorce Christmas.As a father of two y…


  7. 10 Ways to Keep Divorce Lawyers From Ruining Your Life By Lee Rosen
    Everyone has heard the story (from friends, co-workers, and family members) of the divorce from hell; the one that grinds on for years, costs untold thousands of dollars, and frustratingly plods its way through the court system. It costs people not only their marriage, but often their children, their savings, and their emotional well-being, as well. Unfortunately, many people going through a divorce end up hating their lawyer, and more commonly, hating their spouse's lawyer. It doesn't have…


  8. Divorce and Separation - A Child’s Perspective By Jenny Clair
    It is always the children that suffer the most when a marriage breaks down and separation or divorce is imminent. Children of divorcing parents often witness arguments even rows and this has a strong effect on any child. Children do not understand why parents argue and cannot relate to rows during the build up to a divorce or seperation. They become confused and insecure and their life seems as if it is in turmoil. Here we explain some of the issues from a child’s perspective.Children do no…


  9. Stop Divorce: "Should You Try To Stop Your Divorce If You're Just Thinking About Getting A Divorce?" By Karl Augustine
    Thinking about getting a divorce doesn't necessarily mean that you should try to stop your divorce. Conversely, it could be wise to try to s top your divorce, only you know whether you should. Just because you're thinking about getting a divorce, doesn't necessarily mean that you should try to stop your divorce, although its logical to automatically assume so.In order to be clear that you really want to stop your divorce if you're thinking about getting a divorce, you should use any or all of …


  10. How NOT to Have a Friendly Divorce By Stephania Munson
    Note the 'NOT' in the title. The truth is, a good share of marriages that end in divorce could probably be salvaged, and a mutual life already built by two people continued and saved. However, when tensions reach the boiling point, a separation is often the best recourse. The next step after tempers have cooled and reason returns is likely to be a trip to divorce court.But this is one instance in life when being just plain stubborn isn't always the smartest move, especially when there are chil…


  11. How to Select a Divorce Lawyer By Scott Morgan
    Selecting a divorce lawyer to handle your family law case is a very important decision. The following are a few important criteria to help in finding the right divorce lawyer.Experience and FocusAny divorce lawyer you consider should have substantial experience in handling divorce cases in your location. An experienced divorce lawyer will know the tendencies of the various judges in your jurisdiction and should be able to use this knowledge to your advantage. Additionally, that lawyer shoul…


  12. Divorce - How to Survive Financially By Nathan Dawson
    When considering divorce and its financial consequences, it may at times seem hard to believe that anyone can survive it. Vengeful wives have been known to max out their husbands’ credit cards prior to a divorce settlement and deadbeat dads have been known to refuse to pay alimony and child support. The consequences can be devastating and nightmarish.This is why, in many cases, it can be sound divorce advice to suggest that each party consult with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. These p…


  13. Stress Studies and Divorce By Kelly Kennedy
    Some recent academic studies have revealed some fascinating facts about stress and marriage/divorce. For instance:Divorce and work-related stress can be a deadly combination for men. Men who get divorced and report a lot of career stress may be at a greater risk for heart problems. (State University of New York-Oswego / University of Pittsburgh, Feb. 2002)Males are geared to react differently from females to stress even before they're born. Male fetuses release twice as much cortisol -- the st…


  14. Hire Divorce Lawyer or Use Online Divorce Forms By Scott Morgan
    When do you need to hire a family law attorney and when is it okay to just use an online divorce form website to save a little money? This article will provide a few pointers to help you decide whether to do it yourself or retain a divorce lawyer.What Does it Mean to Use an Online Divorce Form Website?Essentially, using an online form website in your divorce case means that you will represent yourself and act as your own lawyer. All of the online divorce form sites have disclaimers making it…


  15. Separation Agreements - Making Your Divorce Easier By Jameson Joyce
    A separation agreement is a written legal document that memorializes the marital and divorce agreements of a married couple prior to divorce. Separation agreements must be signed and notarized to become effective. A separation agreement must be entered into voluntarily with complete understanding and full disclosures on the part of both parties to be enforceable.A contested divorce, or a divorce without an agreement, can cost thousands of dollars in attorney fees, court costs and filing fees. …


  16. Spousal Emotional Abuse During Divorce--What You Can Do By Ed Sherman
    Is your spouse violent, abusive, harassing? In cases of harassment or violence there are legal remedies and there are practical things you can and must do for yourself. This is not about reaching agreement--these are strategies for self-defense. Mental and physical abuse must never be tolerated.Restraining orders. The legal remedy for domestic harassment and violence is a restraining order--an order from the court, served personally on your spouse, forbidding certain conduct. Restraining orde…


  17. Is Your Marriage Problem Severe Enough To Warrant Getting A Divorce? By Karl Augustine
    Having a marriage problem can be agonizing especially if you're trying to do all you can to make your marriage work. Depending on how your marriage was prior to thinking that you had a marriage problem, you could be in for a hurtful time if you don't take a step back and look at your marriage problem from a "helicopter" viewpoint. To do that, you're going to need to try to limit your emotional stake in the situation which admittedly is a difficult thing to do.The first step in getting over a m…


  18. Fathers Struggle for Equal Rights in Divorce By Aaron McCoy
    Many years ago, I began the painful and frustrating journey called divorce. I had no idea that when my wife left me and the children, someday I would be fighting to get them back.I am amazed at how often I hear stories of men who have been fighting for years just to maintain custody. Like myself, these fathers at one time had joint custody or were the primary custodial parent. All too often, the mother in the situation simply files a few papers with the court, make a few allegations, and be…


  19. Divorce--Negotiating Agreement: Ten Steps By Ed Sherman
    The best predictor of a good divorce outcome is the degree of client control over the negotiation--everything works much better if you have it. This doesn't mean you should not get help and advice from an attorney if you want it; it means you are better off if you plan to do most or all of the negotiating yourself. Studies indicate that clients feel their attorneys don't actually give them much help or guidance anyway. In a 1976 Connecticut study, nearly half of those interviewed reported no …


  20. Healing Dysfunctional Families By Nick Arrizza, M.D.
    In a recent article entitled "Some Evidence On How We Are Spiritually Connected" I reported on a case study that revealed how individuals who share common traumatic memories can help each other release the trauma at a distance employing a new tool called the Mind Resonance Process(TM). In this article I will elaborate some of the potential applications of such a result as well as its far reaching implications.It is well known that within family systems, for instance, the individuals therein s…


  21. An In-Depth Look at Army Divorce Rates By Alison Kramer
    Raleigh, NC-The largest divorce firm in the state, Rosen Law Firm, says they're not surprised by the sharp increase among Army divorce rates and that more needs to be done to counsel the spouses left at home and those deployed overseas.“There’s a huge difference between typical divorces that we see on a daily basis and the military divorces that we’re seeing,” says Janet Fritts, a divorce attorney with Rosen Law Firm. “The majority of civilian couples we deal with have stopped communicating so…


  22. Tax & Financial Impacts of Divorce: 10 Mistakes to Avoid By James Coleman
    Divorce is something no one hopes will happen to them when they get married. Unfortunately, almost half of all marriages end in divorce. Since few people have pre-nuptial agreements, most divorces involve often bitter tangles over children, money, and assets. When it comes to the tax and financial implications of divorce, often your divorce attorney is not the only one you should rely on for advice.I have found ten very common mistakes that people make in the divorce process. A tax or fina…


  23. 5 Things To Do Before You Even Think About Getting A Divorce By Lee Rosen
    There are many steps to take to protect yourself in a divorce. This article will get you started. Your best bet is to talk to a lawyer before you do anything.1. Talk to a Marriage Counselor or other professional who may be able to help you save your marriage.Even if you don’t think there’s hope for the marriage, “divorce counseling” can help you discover what went wrong, how to cope, and how to pick up the pieces and go on. Don’t wait for your spouse to participate. If you don’t know how to f…


  24. A Time of Grief and Healing After Separation and Divorce By Tony Tate
    I thought I would never feel the light of life again when I realized that my marriage was going to end. In fact I went through a painful year of not knowing if it would end. I had several months of suspecting that she was having an affair. There was weeks that I didn’t see her because she was staying out all night. I tried to do everything that I thought would help to mend the situation. I tried to get her to go to counseling, talk to the pastor at church, but the more I tried the worse my sit…


  25. After the Divorce: 3 Things the Kids Must Have By Jeff Herring
    So much research has gone into the effects of divorce on children. Some have tried to say that if you do it right, divorce will not effect the kids.I think that is a load of self serving crap.Divorce will effect the kids, and effect them in ways that are painful. There is no way around it.3 things kids must have after divorce1. ReassuranceKids need to be frequently reassured about many things after a divorce. In my experience as a marriage and family coach, here are the top three:* In absolute…






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