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Splitting Up: How to Handle Your Divorce with Class

A divorce likely isn’t the result that you want with a marriage. Although there is pain involved for most people, there are ways that you can handle the divorce with class and dignity. Think about the other person’s feelings and the feelings of other family members...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017

Divorce & Finances: How to Protect Yourself Financially?

Divorce can be painful. However, it can be a reasonable process where both of the spouses want a harmonious parting, or it will be a hell-on-earth if they stick together for another moment. There are even times that even the amicable ex-spouse can turn downright nasty and...
Posted On 09 Nov 2016

Divorce Decisions: How to Decide Who Gets What (Including the Dog)

One of the most convoluted parts of getting a divorce is deciding how to split up the possessions. After years of mixing your finances and belongings, it can be extremely difficult to strike a fair compromise. Here is a quick look at some tips that you can use to help you...

Midlife Divorce Decisions: Knowing If You are Ready to Cut the Marital Cord

When you made those wedding vows standing at the altar and looking across at the person you were in love with, you would never have envisaged that their might come a time where you no longer wanted to share your life together. As someone like thetexasdivorcelawyer.com will...
Posted On 08 Sep 2016

Coping and Moving On: An Essay on Divorce and Remarriage

After divorce, it can take some time to return to the dating game and it may be years before you’re prepared to remarry. Once the time comes for a remarriage after divorce, many people are hesitant to take that step due to concerns with repeating the past. Worrying about...
Posted On 05 Sep 2016

When It’s Over: Dealing When Your Spouse Wants a Divorce

No matter how resilient a person you happen to be, divorce is often a painful process and a time in your life where your emotions will be seriously challenged in so many different ways. Using a family law attorney who is used to dealing with these situations and knows the best...
Posted On 25 Feb 2016

Divorce and Dissolution: Deciding Who Gets the House

There are plenty of big decisions that need to be made when you are discussing the terms for a divorce agreement. Reaching a finance divorce settlement is not always easy and you might need to call upon some professional help to protect your interests, especially when it comes to...
Posted On 07 Jan 2016

When a Marriage Ends: Ways to Have a Healthier Divorce

Divorce is devastating, but there are ways to survive it and come out a better person. Here are some tips to keep your sanity during this difficult time. Stay Positive And Polite It’s so hard to stay positive during a divorce. This is an inherently negative time. Being civil,...
Posted On 16 Dec 2015

4 Secrets to Ending Your Marriage with Grace

People sometimes come to the realization that their marriage simply is not working. No matter how hard they try, the unresolved, ongoing disagreements produce negative feelings, constant bickering and endless fighting. This tends to drive a wedge between people that eventually...
Posted On 26 Mar 2015

How Does Divorce Affect my Mortgage?

No one enters into a marriage or homeownership with the intention of future separation. Divorce can be one of the most difficult and stressful times for a couple, both emotionally and in turn, financially. The important thing to remember is that you are not alone. There are...
Posted On 12 Mar 2015