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From Ex-Spouse to Friend

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Ending a marriage doesn't mean you have to end all communication. Is it possible to remain friends?

Cryptocurrency in Divorce

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Find out how virtual assets are valued and divided.

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?

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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...)

How is property divided in a divorce?

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Whether you owned a house, investments, jewelry, the engagement and wedding rings, real estate, vehicles, furniture or even a pet together with your husband or wife, when you breakup, these assets must be divided. Who gets what in a divorce? Divorce law varies by state, and every divorce differs. If you wonder who will get…

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Should wives stay thin for their husbands?

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A friend was telling me of her new diet and plans to lose 20 lbs. “I told Jack (her husband of 10 years), ‘I'm so sorry I got fat since we married!'” From everything I can tell, their relationship is thriving, but my friend has a deep-rooted sense that she has an obligation to make…

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EliteSingles vs. eHarmony dating sites

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In the black hole that online dating sites and apps can be, Elite Singles and eHarmony stand out with promises of serious, long-term, committed relationships. Which one is better? This post will help you decide. Short answer: While both are quality dating sites, EliteSingles has a free version, is more affordable, and offers a more…

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Being a single mom is hard—right?

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When people learn you're a single mom, is the pity automatic? “I don't know how you do it.” “You're amazing— must be so hard to do it all by yourself!” “It must be so hard for the kids, I'm sorry.” Etc., ad nauseam, blah blah, right? Welcome to my world. I frequently meet strangers who,…

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How to pay off your credit cards – when no one wants to help you

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This post was sponsored by Debt.com. Just because you’ve been turned down for balance transfers and personal loans, it doesn’t mean you’re destined for bankruptcy. America is drowning in debt – and credit cards are dragging us down. According to recent statistics… We owe more than $1 trillion on our cards. That’s enough to buy every NFL, NBA,…
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EliteSingles vs. Zoosk—which is better for single parents?

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Two of the most popular dating sites are EliteSingles and Zoosk, both of which claim tens of millions of users worldwide—including in the United States.  In early 2019, Elite Singles parent company, Spark Networks based in Germany, bought Zoosk. Add these to dozens of other dating apps for both single parents and the general population,…

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