Getting Through Divorce One Day at a Time

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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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Getting arrested can be a scary experience, especially if this is your first time. The bail amount will be set by the severity and seriousness of the crime. If it is paid, you will be released. If not, you may have to stay in jail until your initial hearing. This first hearing you will be required to attend is designed for several purposes, and it is not optional; you have to go. Read More 

Consulting A Lawyer When You’ve Been Asked To Sign A Prenuptial Agreement

A betrothed's request for a prenuptial agreement can come out of the blue, leaving the engaged person confused and wondering how to proceed. If this has just happened to you, consider talking with a family law attorney before you sign anything. There are good reasons to have a lawyer look over the document. The attorney can determine whether any parts of the agreement are unreasonable and suggest modifications. On the other hand, your significant other may want a prenup for precise reasons that shouldn't trouble you. Read More