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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.
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Can The Passion In A Sexless Marriage Be Rekindled?

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If you’ve been Googling ‘sexless marriage’  or  ‘sex-starved marriage’ then you may also be wondering if you can rekindle the passion in your marriage.
Most people who now have little to no physical intimacy with their spouse will tell you that it’s not how the relationship started. But somehow, at some point, the passion started to fade. The sex became tense, distant, infrequent. Couple that with feelings of rejection, (more...)

How To Make The Perfect Online Dating Profile

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Modern dating definitely has its differences from traditional dating in the past. While people still meet others through mutual friends, blind dates, or going out, many now use the power of technology to find their match, aka dating sites. In fact, statistics show that over 50 million people have tried online dating and 1 in every 5 relationships are started online. As chances are you have an online profile or have at least thought about creating one, it’(more...)

I’m a Mediator, not just a Scrivener

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{3 minutes to read}  I received a phone call from Kelly* last week expressing some concern about the comments I made during our last session. Apparently, Kelly felt that I was taking sides when I informed Mark* that his legal obligation to pay child support ended when his son turned 21. In that session, Kelly [...]

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?

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...)

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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