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What to do When Divorcing Your Spouse AND the House

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If you’re getting divorced, then you should pay extra special attention to the real estate matters of your divorce.  There are many complexities when it comes to divorce and real estate and the potential for problems can be many.  Having professionals who understand these complexities and can work as a team to make things flow easier for you in the process of your divorce, can be priceless.

“Home should be an anchor, a port (more...)

Prepping For Back To School As A Single Parent

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The back to school season is one that is both hectic and exciting for parents and kids alike. Getting back into the routine of the school year is a difficult feat, especially as a single mom or dad. As you start shopping for supplies, planning out schedules, and balancing extracurriculars, it’s important to prepare for all that lies ahead. Consider the tips below as your guide to prepping for back-to-school as a single parent.
Utilize Tutoring Programs
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The United Kingdom Is Moving To No-Fault Divorce. What It Means

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Guest post from DPP Law
Up until now, the legal system of the United Kingdom has required “grounds for divorce” to be presented before the dissolution of a marriage can be granted by the court. By contrast, in the U.S. and other parts of the world, no party is required to be blamed before proceedings may begin. As a result, this makes the U.K. system appear particularly old fashioned and unfair to many.
Because of (more...)

New Life, This Way

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A clear road map for healing your heart while using your head.

Are you having a hard time coping with divorce?

Perhaps you’re struggling with guilt over your decision to leave or were blindsided by your spouse making the decision for you?  Fearful about your future and uncertain about your ability to get through the process intact?  Is your head swimming with all you need to figure out?

Do you need help navigating the turbulence (more...)

Special Announcement

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DivorceTown USA® Partners with Amicable Divorce Network

As the Founder of DivorceTown USA®, I’ve always strived to bring professionals of excellence together to meet each other and serve clients.  Recently, I partnered with Tracy Ann Grant-Moore, a family law attorney in Georgia who understands the value of serving people through amicable divorce resolution methods.  She has begun an exciting new group called, The Amicable Divorce Network.  Working together, we are proud (more...)

Expert Help Now Can Avoid Costly Problems Later!

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Sometimes divorce can be so emotionally taxing that common sense and reason
are overtaken by raw emotion and reflexive action.  This can be extremely dangerous.  We could be putting ourselves, our children
and our finances, at risk of irreparable damage.

“Protect yourself.  Not every story has a hero.” ~ Annie

The Worst That Could Happen

“What’s the worst that could happen?” some might ask.  One misworded paragraph of a settlement (more...)

What Happens When You Discover Your Spouse Is Unfaithful

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Many people never suspect their spouse is seeing someone else. They’ve never imagined it. They’ve never thought about what happens when you discover your spouse is unfaithful.
Infidelity is often a factor in divorce. The Institute for Family Studies reports that among ever-married adults who have cheated on their spouses before, 40% are currently divorced or separated compared to 17% of adults who were faithful to their spouse.
That underscores the devastating impact that infidelity (more...)

What To Do When Your Child Doesn’t Want Parenting Time With Their Other Parent

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Guest post by Steven L. Fritsch
While children generally enjoy spending time with their non-custodial parents, this is not the case for every child of divorce. Your child likely has very specific reasons for why they don’t want parenting time with their other parent. There are rational and anxiety-driven reasons as to why they don’t want to see your ex. Depending upon their age, they express their anxiety in many ways. Younger ones tend to (more...)

5 Common Divorce Negotiation Mistakes That Are Best Avoided

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Guest post from Negotiation Experts
According to the American Community Survey, Denver, Colorado, has a 12.4% divorce rate. That means at least one in every eight marriages ends up in divorce.
If handled poorly, the divorce process can drag on, with long-term adverse effects. Your image may suffer, your assets may depreciate, your emotions may cause scarring, and your kids may not adjust well to the changes. With the right preparation, a divorcing couple can work out a (more...)

Want To Be Friends With Your Ex After Divorce? Here’s How

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Guest post by Sylvia Smith
Statistics show that out of 1000 marriages per year, 16.9 married women will end up divorced. The reasons why? Research indicates that the most common reasons to get divorced often involve infidelity, lack of communication, or some form of abuse.
However, many couples part ways because they simply grew apart. In these cases, it seems unfair to lose such an important person from your life just because you couldn’t make it (more...)