The minute the word “divorce” enters your consciousness, your brain gets flooded with questions: “What do I do now?” “How am I going to survive?” “What will happen to the kids?” “Will I spend the rest of my life alone?” All of those questions are important to ask yourself at some point. But … Read more about The 3 Most Important Questions in Divorce
You just realized you are getting divorced. While you are trying to wrap your head around what that is going to mean for you, and for your kids, a million divorce questions flood your brain. What happened to your marriage? How are you going to survive? What is going to happen with your kids? Are you … Read more about What Are The 3 Divorce Questions You Should Not Ask?
No one in their right mind would ever knowingly give away their power, their energy, or their ability to control their own future at the one time in life when they need it the most - when they are getting a divorce. Yet, I see people doing it every day. Here are 7 surprising ways you may be giving … Read more about 7 Surprising Ways You Are Giving Away Your Power in Divorce
How do you think divorce – and specifically YOUR divorce if you are in the middle of one – should go? Should everything be amicable? Should you be able to get along for the sake of the kids? Or, do you think it is more likely that you and your spouse will be battling like Roman gladiators over … Read more about The Secret Key to Minimizing Divorce Drama: Managing Expectations!
A Duke University study recently concluded that divorced people have an increased lifetime risk of having a heart attack. Other studies also claim to have shown that divorced people are more likely to develop symptoms of depression, commit suicide, have lowered immune function, and die prematurely. … Read more about Can We Really Trust Divorce Statistics?
Divorce lawyers are typically not shy about telling their clients what to do: "Don’t talk to your spouse." "Don’t argue in front of the kids." " Do what the judge says." "Make sure to make copies of everything!" Yet, there are also a lot of things most divorce lawyers don’t tell you ... but they … Read more about 8 Truths Most Divorce Lawyers Won’t Tell You
The worst part of divorce IS NOT being dragged through the legal system, dividing up all of your personal possessions, or watching your kids’ college fund get drained to pay lawyers. (Although all of those are pretty horrible.) The worst thing about divorce is losing your sense of security, your … Read more about Divorce and Your Emotional Health: 10 Tips for Maintaining Your Sanity
... But You Are Getting Divorced Anyway. Not everyone believes in divorce. Some people don’t believe in divorce for religious reasons. Other people don’t believe that it is ever ok to break a vow. Still other people believe that, although divorce may be an option for other people, it is not an … Read more about What to Do When You Don’t Believe in Divorce …
When the word “divorce” first pops into your consciousness, it’s normal to feel like you are in a slow motion movie, where everything else around you stops and all of your perceptions become distorted. Even after “reality” returns, it’s hard to focus and to wrap your head around what’s happening. … Read more about 10 Pieces of Bad Divorce Advice that Lawyers Give Clients
Florida Attorney Paul Rampell recently set off a storm of controversy when he proposed a new way to get married. Its called a "wedlease." The idea is fairly simple. Instead of entering into a traditional marriage, which, at least theoretically, involves a lifetime commitment, people could choose to … Read more about Wedlease v. Wedlock. What Will They Think of Next?