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7 DIVORCE REALITIES

Divorce is difficult. It’s not just your marital status that changes — your entire life shifts. 1) You will mourn — it is a huge loss. Even if you wanted to divorce, you will mourn. You have lost a significant relationship, as well as your status, identity, image, and more. The future you envisioned and strived […]

INSTEAD OF WORRYING ABOUT DIVORCE OR CUSTODY, SPEAK UP

When you are navigating a divorce or grappling with a child custody, child support or domestic violence issue, it is normal to struggle with feelings of worry. However, it is advisable to deal with your urge to worry in a constructive way. Failure to do so can lead you to act in ways that may […]

KEEPING DIVORCE MANAGEABLE FINANCIALLY

Unexpected and largely unwelcome life events can be costly. Certainly, individuals can learn valuable lessons that eventually enhance their lives when they become ill, suffer injury, lose a job or choose to divorce. However, these events are almost always stressful and financially costly in their immediate aftermath. There are not always clear ways to remain financially […]

AVOID THESE PREVENTABLE DIVORCE MISTAKES

We frequently acknowledge and honor how challenging divorce can be. However, some of the biggest mistakes people make in divorce include believing that they have no control over the process’s outcome and that the process must be deeply stressful. Divorce marks a significant transition between periods of a person’s life. The majority of how the process will […]

REGAINING YOUR FINANCIAL FOOTING POST-DIVORCE

Signed divorce papers do not quite signal the end of the divorce process. Certainly, when you are formally divorced, a page in the book of your life is turned. However, the terms of your divorce settlement will impact your financial life after divorce. Therefore, the divorce process extends into the transition period wherein you regain your […]

PLAN AHEAD TO KEEP YOUR DIVORCE OUT OF COURT

The divorce process does not have to be messy and drawn-out. Certainly, some marital situations require a contested and relatively intense process. However, many if not most uncontested divorce processes do not require the same kind of time, energy and resources that complex divorce scenarios do. In order to facilitate a smooth divorce process whenever possible, it […]

HIGH-ASSET DIVORCES IMPACTED BY NEW TAX REGULATIONS

Attorneys and accountants have recently felt a push to behave in an increasingly collaborative fashion. Due to tax increases mandated by certain provisions of the American Taxpayer Relief Act, those navigating high-asset divorce proceedings are almost certainly in need of both experienced legal counsel and experienced financial counsel. When individuals seek to create a fair high-asset property […]

APPROACHING THE DIVORCE PROCESS PROACTIVELY TO AID AFFECTED KIDS

Deciding to end a marriage is almost never an easy process. When children will be affected by that decision, it can become even more complicated. Thankfully, more and more parents are becoming educated about several divorce planning techniques designed to help affected children transition through the divorce process in a healthy way. In recent years, the divorce […]

MANAGING DIVORCE’S DARK SIDE SO THAT IT DOES NOT GET THE BEST OF YOU

A few weeks ago, we discussed a study out of the University of Arizona at Tucson which determined that repeated journaling on negative emotions associated with divorce tends to reinforce these feelings rather than help the author move through them. The subject of stress-management and emotional healing during and following divorce is critical. However, many […]

HOW JOURNALING DURING OR POST-DIVORCE COULD ACTUALLY HARM YOU

Teachers tend to encourage children to write their feelings “out.” The idea behind this exercise is that expressing one’s feelings in a constructive way will ultimately help to process them and allow the writer to move forward. However, the tried-and-true method of journaling may actually harm some individuals who are grappling with life after divorce. Psychologists […]

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