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Getting Through Divorce One Day at a Time

Pulling yourself together during a divorce isn't always easy, especially if you don't want to lose your spouse in the first place. But if your spouse doesn't feel the same about you, you need to find a way to move on. Learning what to expect during and after divorce may help you overcome the negative emotions you feel. My blog offers many tips on how to handle the challenges of divorce, child custody and alimony. By learning to cope with your impending divorce, you have the power to meet life head on and win. Good luck and thank you for visiting.

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What To Do If Your Kids Try To Play You Against Your Soon-To-Be Ex
22 March 2017

When you are getting a divorce, you may have your

A Guide To Key Aspects Of Community Property When Your Marriage Is Ending
10 March 2017

If you and your spouse live in a community pr

Two Benefits Of Having A Lawyer When Going Through A Divorce
6 March 2017

Going through a divorce can be difficult on a numb

Father Knows Best: Winning Custody of Your Kids When That's What's Best for Them
6 December 2016

Divorce is hard enough on a family, but if your so

Stepparents And Their Stepchildren – 3 Things Every Stepparent Needs To Know
26 February 2016

Stepparents often create strong bonds with their s

What To Do If Your Kids Try To Play You Against Your Soon-To-Be Ex

When you are getting a divorce, you may have your divorce lawyer on speed dial. Things happen, and you need to make sure that your legal interests are protected in the divorce proceedings. As you strive to get the custody agreement you want, your custody lawyer can provide advice on what you should and should not do as far as the courts are concerned. If you notice that your children have found that they may be able to play you and your future ex against each other during the process of a divorce, you need to stop that behavior as quickly as possible. Read More 

A Guide To Key Aspects Of Community Property When Your Marriage Is Ending

If you and your spouse live in a community property state and have agreed that a divorce is in your best interests or if you are ready to file for a divorce without the approval of your spouse, it is important to be aware that there are specific guidelines as to how the property will be divided between the two of you. However, only nine states are community property areas, so it is crucial for you to verify whether you or not you live in an area with that classification. Read More 

Two Benefits Of Having A Lawyer When Going Through A Divorce

Going through a divorce can be difficult on a number of different levels. Not only are you splitting from someone that you may have once thought the world of, but there's also the issue of dividing assets in a way that is agreeable to both parties. If you're still on relatively good terms with your former partner, you may not think that it's necessary to have an attorney. However, failing to get a lawyer on your side could turn out to be a very detrimental decision. Read More 

Father Knows Best: Winning Custody of Your Kids When That’s What’s Best for Them

Divorce is hard enough on a family, but if your soon-to-be ex-wife, for whatever reason, shouldn't have custody of your children, you're facing quite a battle. Up to 88% of custody battles rule in favor of the mom; thus, you need to prepare your case thoroughly and really demonstrate to the judge that you're the more fit parent. Divorcees may be inclined to argue over everything during the separation process, but kids aren't property and should be placed with the parent who is really going to take care of them. Read More 

Stepparents And Their Stepchildren – 3 Things Every Stepparent Needs To Know

Stepparents often create strong bonds with their stepchildren, particularly if they had an active role in the child's life for a prolonged period. However, stepparents often feel as though they have no legal leg to stand on when it comes to their stepchildren. It is true that your legal rights and obligations to a stepchild are often severed in a divorce, but there are a few things that you and every other stepparent should know regarding your rights to a stepchild. Read More