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How To Survive And Enjoy Wedding Season After Divorce

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If you’re in the midst of a divorce or newly single then a wedding might be the last event you want to attend but divorce coach Elise Pettus says go. There are ways to survive and enjoy wedding season after divorce.
Is there a time when you should say no to an invite?
Can you go solo, even if you and your spouse have not yet gone public with your divorce?
If you don’t want (more...)

Lawyer Anna Ayscue Answers Your Unspoken Child Custody Questions

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One of the hardest aspects of divorce is getting you and your spouse to agree on how the lives of your children will be effected. When will you get to see them? Who gets to spend birthdays and holidays with them? How do you help them feel like a part of a family when everything is falling apart? Our attorney Anna Ayscue is here to take the case. Having been a member of our firm for years, she’(more...)

Real Estate, Mortgage & Money – DivorceTown® Help and Hope Seminar

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The DivorceTown® Help and Hope SeminarReal Estate, Mortgage & Money…Receive Financial, Emotional & Legal Support 
Friday, July 20, 2018
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Olive Garden
2467 Cobb Parkway SE
Smyrna, GA 30080
Only $37.00 and LUNCH IS INCLUDED
Did you know that keeping the house in divorce could potentially land you in the poor house after?
Important Questions you should know the answers to:
     >  Should I (more...)

Doing Your Homework Before Mediation Increases Likelihood of Success

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While divorces and legal separation are commonplace these days even after years of togetherness, it is important to ensure that the process is carried out smoothly without further hatred and ill feelings towards one another. Today, many couples decide to embrace mediation for sorting their marital issues in a civilized way while parting so that they can save their money and have no misgivings. Such goals are easier to fulfill when both parties are ready to opt for a (more...)

10 Ways to Prevent Divorce when your Marriage is in Trouble

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It’s easy to feel distressed when your marriage is in trouble, but there are 10 things you can do to try and save your relationship.
Can you remember the last time you were happy with your spouse? If the answer is no, you’re probably worried that you and your partner are heading down the road to divorce. But don’t be discouraged, it’s easy to feel hopeless when you’re experiencing (more...)

The Dynamics Of The Step Family

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​I. The Stepfamily Cannot and Will Not Function as Does a Biological FamilyThe stepfamily has its own specific dynamics and behaviors.Since we know no other there is a tendency to overlay the expectations and dynamics of the biological family on to the new stepfamily.II. There is No Replacing the Biological ParentIn the stepfamily we cannot reconstitute the biological family. Mother and father are hallowed words and are determined by biological connections. A child often almost (more...)

6 Ways To Keep Your Divorce Out Of The Courtroom

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Most people want to keep their divorce out of the courtroom. They hope their spouse will agree their marriage is over and then they can discuss the parenting and finances as reasonable people who once loved each other. Few of us relish even the thought of the nastiness and expense of a litigated divorce and no wants the long, drawn out negotiations that keep you locked in a state of limbo for months on end.
Realistically, a litigated divorce (more...)

Bitcoin and Divorce: Are Cryptocurrencies Subject to Division?

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How Cryptocurrencies affect Divorce settlements in North Carolina
Since the advent of Bitcoin and subsequently a host of other cryptocurrencies with their astronomical values, there have been a few misconceptions about them. Some of these misconceptions dwell on the legality of cryptocurrencies and whether they are recognized by courts during divorce settlements.
This article aims to explore the legal status of BitCoin and other blockchain based cryptocurrencies in North Carolina and the impact they have during divorce settlements. If (more...)

Chris Pratt Opens Up: ‘Divorce Sucks’

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It has been months since Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced their separation after eight years of marriage.
The actor has since been relatively quiet about his affairs.  Rarely speaking of Anna or her new man, cinematographer Michael Barrett, he has definitely been keeping to himself.  That is, up until a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly in which Pratt was promoting his new film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.  The actor was asked about (more...)

Many Women Leave Financial Decisions To Husbands, Leaving Them Vulnerable

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A new trend is emerging in the world of divorce and is negatively impacting the lives of female divorcees everywhere.
A report that was released by UBS Global Wealth Management shows that a majority (56%) of married women leave their major long-term financial planning to their spouse.  This leaves women at an extreme disadvantage in the case of a separation or death.  Considering that we have seen a doubling in divorces among middle-aged persons since the 90s, (more...)