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The Mediation Option For Divorce & How to Prepare

Most people facing any day in front of a Judge in Court, would avoid it if they could. When going through divorce, that urge is just as strong.

Steps To Take Before You “Finally” Decide To Divorce

Almost every relationship begins with that “giddy” period of falling in love, imagining a long life together with your spouse, maybe having a couple of children together, and perhaps even a pet to round out the happy loving family.   What most people can’t imagine, is...

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Deciding to Leave a Marriage

There may be some red flags and early signs of irreconcilable issues along the way, but even so … the decision to dissolve a marriage is a very tough one.  Many people choose to stay and only find resolution when the spouse they’ve been with for so long thinking of leaving, up and leaves them first.

Retirement And “Survival” After A Gray Divorce

Over the last few years, one trend in divorce has firmly taken root. Baby Boomers are divorcing at double the rate of other groups. As our life expectancies lengthen, our attitudes about divorce evolve. And while it’s not still rapidly increasing quite as much, Boomer...

Keeping the Marital Home in Divorce Could Potentially Bankrupt You

Divorce feels as though everything you thought you knew about your life and your future is suddenly flipped upside down. It can be a struggle to make sense of the pieces that remain. It’s common for a person to want to stay in the current marital home and retain some...

How Much Spousal Support/Alimony is Enough?

The answer shouldn’t be “As Much As I Can Get!” because there is only a limited pot to share. So, be fair about it.    Many couples going through a divorce after a mid-length or long-term marriage know that some level of Spousal Support or Alimony is needed, but...

Five Additional Interview Questions For Your “Potential” Divorce Attorney

Answers to these questions may help you determine which professional is the best choice for you.

Five Questions To Ask Your “Potential” Divorce Attorney

If you haven’t had the opportunity to watch the 2015 documentary “Divorce Corp.”, which is available on Netflix, take the time soon to do that.  It’s a frightening look at the corruption, collusion, and abuse that sometimes happens in the Family Court system.  After you see it you’ll wonder, how does a person protect themselves and know if their Attorney is one of the “good ones”?

What NOT to do When You Are Ready to Tell Your Spouse “I want a divorce.”

If you are the bearer of this incredibly bad news, you may not be sure of how your spouse will react, especially if infidelity is involved. That fear can cause you to make some bad decisions, for example thinking that breaking the news to them in a public place, will less likely lead to hysterics on their part.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Deciding to Leave a Marriage

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Deciding to Leave a Marriage

There may be some red flags and early signs of irreconcilable issues along the way, but even so … the decision to dissolve a marriage is a very tough one.  Many people choose to stay and only find resolution when the spouse they’ve been with for so long thinking of leaving, up and leaves them first.

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Retirement And “Survival” After A Gray Divorce

Retirement And “Survival” After A Gray Divorce

Over the last few years, one trend in divorce has firmly taken root. Baby Boomers are divorcing at double the rate of other groups. As our life expectancies lengthen, our attitudes about divorce evolve. And while it’s not still rapidly increasing quite as much, Boomer...

read more
How Much Spousal Support/Alimony is Enough?

How Much Spousal Support/Alimony is Enough?

The answer shouldn’t be “As Much As I Can Get!” because there is only a limited pot to share. So, be fair about it.    Many couples going through a divorce after a mid-length or long-term marriage know that some level of Spousal Support or Alimony is needed, but...

read more
Five Questions To Ask Your “Potential” Divorce Attorney

Five Questions To Ask Your “Potential” Divorce Attorney

If you haven’t had the opportunity to watch the 2015 documentary “Divorce Corp.”, which is available on Netflix, take the time soon to do that.  It’s a frightening look at the corruption, collusion, and abuse that sometimes happens in the Family Court system.  After you see it you’ll wonder, how does a person protect themselves and know if their Attorney is one of the “good ones”?

read more

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The Most Important Priorities In Your Divorce

Identify Your Priorities, Before Having Any Discussion With Your Spouse

Knowing your priorities will help you be confident in what to ask for, and what you can live without.

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