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How To Help Your Children Adjust To Your Remarriage

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Blending a family is a huge, complex topic and this is only going to scratch the surface … if you are dating again, thinking about getting married again then you’re going to need to help your children adjust to your remarriage.
We know that second marriages are not easy. The U.S. Census Bureau in 2006 found that 60 percent of second marriages end in divorce. It seems that third marriages are even harder, ending in divorce (more...)

How Does The Length Of A Marriage Affect A Divorce?

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During the financial settlement of a divorce, the court considers many factors. One of the factors that the Court considers is the age of both partners and the second is the length of the relationship. Note, however, that the outcome of a divorce case highly depends on the facts of an individual case and the financial circumstances of both you and your partner.
Why the duration of marriage matters
Two facets of property division can be influenced by your (more...)

The Financial Ramifications Of Remarriage

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Your marriage might officially end when the judge signs your divorce decree, but that doesn’t necessarily end your divorce case.
One party is often ordered to pay spousal support, often referred to as alimony. If children are involved, child support is typically ordered and there are often lingering custody issues to work out. When financial circumstances change, one party might ask the court to modify the amount or duration of the support payments.
A common situation that (more...)

What Is An Annulment Of A Marriage?

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Annulment and divorce both mean the end of a marriage but an annulment suggests that the marriage never took place. Some people do not like the sound of the word ‘divorce’ (it carries a kind of a social or religious stigma for them). Instead, they prefer to annul their marriage. In certain churches, remarriage after an annulment is a lot easier than after a divorce.
Most annulled marriages are of a very short duration. The couple may (more...)


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Many people remarry after divorce. The divorce rate is even higher for second marriages than for first marriages. Hopefully you understand what when wrong in the first marriage and have found your ideal mate for life. Step families and blended families This can be a very complicated but also very rewarding experience. 1.As a step […]

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Give yourself time before you start dating again Make sure you have examined and learned from your past relationship Know what you are looking for Understand the issues of remarriage, blended families, step-parenting Have fun! You are ready now to date again.  You have gone through the grieving process and thought about the issues around […]

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8 Tips for Better Co-Parenting After Divorce

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Parenting›Divorce›Children & DivorceCo-parenting with your ex is often the hardest part of divorce. Here, two experts (both divorced moms themselves) share hard-won advice on creating a strong partnership.
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"People are so worried that splitting up will destroy their children's lives," says Wendy Paris, author of Splitopia: Dispatches from Today's Good Divorce and How to Part Well. But what kids really need to thrive, you (more...)

Remarriage After Divorce and Kids

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Remarriage After Divorce and KidsThu, 06/09/2016 - 16:13 Getting married again after going through a divorce is certainly not uncommon. Many people find a new partner and choose to remarry, and a good number of these remarriages involve parents with children from their previous marriage. Kids don't always understand the reasons behind divorce or remarriage; they might only see it as a bad thing. Helping kids cope with remarriage after divorce will be something (more...)

The Importance of Acquiring a Financial Order

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When it comes to divorce, the main misconception is that when a couple separates, their shared financial arrangements then come to an end. But this is not true. However, when a divorce is eventually finalized – also known as a Decree Absolute – there are no changes made to the financial arrangements. 
A recent case brought financial orders in divorce into the limelight, proving just how important a financial order in a divorce really is. As reported heavily (more...)

Maryland Family Lawyer Marjorie G. DiLima on Alimony in the State of Maryland

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Alimony is a common issue facing many of the divorcing couples in Maryland, and beyond. Today Maryland family lawyer Marjorie G. DiLima will be answering frequently asked questions on the differences between spousal support and alimony, and how a judge decides whether an individual qualifies for alimony…or not.
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