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Dealing with Divorce During the Holidays

The holiday season in America usually means two things to most people, other than snow and festive decorations: giving and being with family. You see it everywhere, from movies to television to ...
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Holiday Child Custody Tips

If this if your first holiday season as a divorced parent, you may find the holidays to be even more stressful than usual. You will have to be patient when juggling schedules with your former ...
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Understanding the Difference Between Uncontested and Contested Divorce

While making the decision to divorce is never a simple one, it is often easier when both spouses are on the same page. Disputes and conflict are minimized when each party is working together towards ...
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Requirements for Divorce in Florida

There are certain procedures to be followed in order to obtain a divorce. During this process, a couple must come to agreement on numerous factors, including alimony, child custody and visitation, ...
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Can the Court Order Timesharing for a Disabled Adult Child?

Once a disabled child becomes an adult can the court order additional timesharing? Under Florida child custody laws, the court does not have jurisdiction to order timesharing once a child becomes 18 ...
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Is Divorce Bad for Your Child's Health?

Information on the potential psychological damages that divorce can have on young children is far from scarce. However, recent studies have revealed shocking and disconcerting results concerning a ...
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Can Your Ex Remove Money From the Custodial Bank Account?

Custodial accounts are created as a way to give money to children after a divorce without having to include a trust under their name. While many wealthy families will establish a trust fund, it is ...
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Helpful Technology Tools to Make Co-Parenting a Little Easier

After a divorce co-parenting can be difficult in a few different ways. For one thing, you are trying to schedule with your ex all the details of the kids life without living in the same home. When a ...
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Bankruptcy After Divorce: Ties You May Still Have With Your Ex

A simple divorce can place a lot of stress on any person, so once everything is finalized people finally can experience that breath of fresh air they had been hoping for. So what happens when after ...
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Is the "Parent Trap" Romance Possible for Couples Today?

Most of us have seen the movie, or at least heard about “The Parent Trap.” It is a fun movie that was remade in the 90’s about two twin girls who were estranged at birth when their ...
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Understanding the Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Divorce

When filing for a divorce, you and your spouse will fall under one of two categories: contested or uncontested. A contested divorce is often what people assume all divorces are like, messy and ...
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Creating a Manageable Joint Custody Arrangement

Creating an effective joint custody arrangement is a very beneficial part of parenting after a divorce. While there may be families that are unable for one reason or another to work together in a ...
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Ex-Parte Restraining Orders for Victims of Domestic Violence

When involved in a violent marriage relationship, not only are you placing yourself at risk, but also if you have children they are being placed at risk as well. When you are in one of these ...
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Senior Citizens: Difficulties of Marriage and Divorce

For couples that have been together for decades, marriage can be a beautiful thing. They have shared their bond of love for so many years, and many times are still madly in love. However, just like ...
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Divorce Conversations: How to Come to an Agreement on Custody

Going through a divorce is a difficult situation for any person, especially when it comes to deciding on a child custody arrangement. It is likely that both parents want their kids to be with them, ...
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Accepting That Mom and Dad Are Getting a Divorce: Tips for Children

Maybe you are 10 years old, maybe you are 17 or 35; whatever your age you are still considered to be the children of your parents, and just recently you have found out that they are getting a divorce. ...
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Family Matters: Telling Your Parents and In-Laws About the Divorce

Getting married is an exciting time of life, not only for you and your soon to be spouse, but also for your family. For woman, many moms have been dreaming of the day they get to help their daughter ...
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The Enemy of Marriage: Secrets and Deceit

One of the foundational aspects of any marriage is communication. When two people have the ability to calmly discuss their details about life, as well as the hard ones, it proves to be very beneficial ...
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We Have Filed for Divorce: How to Live Still Live Together

For whatever reason, you and your spouse have decided to file for a divorce and as a result you are in a bit of a predicament: you decided to keep living in the same house. There are many couples who ...
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Prenuptial Agreements: Can These Contracts Be Broken?

A prenuptial agreement is a contract that is decided on prior to a marriage union. This contract will establish the groundwork for what things will look like if the couple were to divorce in the ...
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The Difficulties of Divorce in the Muslim Culture

In the United States we are very fortunate to have certain freedoms that a lot of the world is unable to participate in, one of these being divorce. Here, the government understands that they cannot ...
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Financially Preparing for Divorce From Abusive Relationships

Unfortunately, domestic violence is all too common in today’s society. Research shows that one out of every four woman in a relationship has been abused at some point by either a husband or a ...
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Can the Internet Have a Poor Effect on Your Marriage?

The modern tool of the internet really can do anything beyond our wildest dreams, we are able to research any information we desire, about any location or time period, we are able to shop, pay bills, ...
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I Pay Alimony to My Ex: Can the Payments Be Modified?

After a divorce, there is a chance that one spouse will be required by law to make alimony payments to their ex. Alimony is awarded to a spouse, either husband or wife, for various reasons. In some ...
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Common Myths About Divorce

Going through a divorce is a complicated process for both spouses, even when it is a mutual agreement; there are many bells and whistles that are involved in a settlement. Having a lawyer at the time ...
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