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
As you have heard, the government has created the CARES Act which set to infuse over $2T into the US economy. This was called a "stimulus action" but in reality it was created to help people pay their bills after the corona-virus put many people out of work and cost others income. People already receiving … Continue reading What People With Social Security Benefits Should Know About Stimulus Checks
No one plans to get married and then get a divorce. The plan is to get married and live happily ever after. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. People change, dynamics change and a myriad of factors can occur that make divorce the only option. This scenario can happen more than once in your … Continue reading Why Second Divorce May be Harder than the First
This is a question that comes up from time to time. People want to know if they should tell their Dr. that they plan on filing a disability case. They worry that perhaps it will affect the treatment or somehow affect the case negatively. But, the simple answer to this question is that YOU SHOULD … Continue reading Should I Tell My Doctor I Am Filing For Disability?
One of the unique factors that people who are getting divorced face in today's age is social media. Like it or not, social media has a major influence on people. One reports sates that roughly 80% of Americans have a social media account. With that in mind, you can see how easy it is for … Continue reading Divorce and Social Media