Divorce is usually a stressful event, not just for adults. For children, that level of anxiety is usually even higher. With that in mind, we created this article with a list of things you can do to reduce the levels of stress your child or children experience during the divorce process. -Be totally clear and … Continue reading Tips to Make Your Divorce Less Stressful for Your Children
If you and/or your spouse have decided that getting a divorce is the best option, but have not made any moves in that direction, this article is for you. We have put together a list of helpful tips on how to move forward with the divorce process. Court - Remember, you don't need to actually … Continue reading Some Good Tips If You Decide You Are Moving Forward With Divorce
As the name implies, a collaborative divorce is one in which both sides work hard to meet in the middle in an effort to avoid going to trial. It is also described as a "solution-focused" process. Most people are aware of how emotionally and physically draining a divorce can be. Many people want to avoid … Continue reading What is a Collaborative Divorce?
Never has it been more apparent that the need for good quality health insurance is a must. If you or your family gets sick, you want to be able to get the best health care possible. Insurance rates and policies are often created for the family unit and its individual members. So, how does going … Continue reading Are You at Risk of Losing Your Health Insurance During Your Divorce?
It certainly isn't rare to find grandparents that are the legal guardians of their grandchildren. But there are many reasons why they end up being the guardians. It could be due to any one of a bunch of factors including death of parents, disability of parents, absence of parents or termination of parental rights. If … Continue reading Grandparents as Legal Guardians of Grandchildren
Divorce can happen to anyone. This goes for civilian, civil servant and military personnel alike. There are laws in place to protect children from all backgrounds during a divorce. But there are even more stringent rules for military personnel. A person in the military is subject to punishment from their commanding officer should they fail … Continue reading Child Support for Divorcing Military Couples
During divorce proceedings alimony may be awarded to the spouse that is leaving the marriage with significantly less earnings, ability to earn or any financial disadvantage to where alimony support is required. The overall goal of alimony is to balance the financial situation and to provide financial stability. Alimony is established by an order of … Continue reading What if my Spouse Stops Making Alimony Payments?
Divorce usually doesn't just happen overnight. There is usually a almost always slow build up to it. But, when a couple finally decides it is time to get divorced, what matters should they discuss first? We will attempt to answer that very question in this post. If you have kids, they should be your first … Continue reading You’re Getting a Divorce, What Comes First?
By now everyone is aware of the effect social media has on every day life. Personal relationships and marriages are no exception. A study done recently showed the following statistics: 1/7 divorces are set in motion by something done on social media. 20% of divorce cases involve Facebook in some way. 1/3 divorces start as … Continue reading Social Media and Divorce
There are many assets that may be divided during a divorce. One of the more important and more valuable is a home. A home can be a house, condo, apartment or mobile home. If it was purchased while the couple was married, it is considered a marital asset and it will be divisible during the … Continue reading Ways to Value a Home in a Divorce