Recognizing the Need For A Divorce

Recognizing the Need For A Divorce

  • Is Your Spouse Causing Troubles During A Divorce? Follow These Tips

    Divorce can be rough when your spouse is trying to make the divorce process even more difficult than it has to be. While you cannot stop your spouse from fighting dirty, there are some things you can do to make things a bit easier for yourself. Focus on Making Yourself Happy There may come a point where it is clear that there is nothing you can do to make the situation any better.

  • How The Other Parent Can Indirectly Interfere With Your Parenting Time

    A parent doesn't have to say it to your face or prohibit your child from seeing you for them to interfere with your parenting time. There are indirect parental interference tricks that can yield the same results. Here are some of the tricks a parent may use: Disrupting Communication with your child A parent doesn't have to tell the kid not to make or receive calls to disrupt communication between child and parent.

  • Moving On: Relocating With Your Children Post-Divorce

    During or after your divorce, you may choose to move out of your marital home. A fresh start can be excellent for moving forward with your life. However, relocating with your children is a tricky scenario. You want to make sure that you keep your kiddos safe, healthy, and thriving. You also want to make sure that when you move, you are doing everything legally. Below you can find some advice on relocating with your children when you get a divorce.

  • Afraid To Leave? 3 Steps To Take When It's Time To End An Abusive Marriage

    If you've been the victim of domestic violence, filing for divorce can ignite an already volatile situation. You need to make sure that your safety – and the safety of your children, if you have any – is your number one concern. You need to be prepared to protect yourself while you're going through the divorce process. Here are three steps you should take that will help once you decide to get out.

  • Divorcing Before Your Teen Heads Off To College? What Should You Consider?

    If you and your spouse have recently made the difficult decision to separate after decades of marriage, you may be wondering how best to protect your financial future while also keeping the well-being of your children in the forefront. When college is just around the corner for your teen, splitting households (and costs) can quickly become more complicated. What should you keep in mind if you're divorcing just before your child heads off to college?

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    Recognizing the Need For A Divorce

    My husband and I had a great marriage for about ten years--that is, until he started cheating on me. I found out about it from a friend, and once I started peeling off the layers of my husband's lies, I realized that we hardly had anything to salvage in the first place. I decided that it would be best to get divorced, but I knew that it would be painful and difficult. This blog is for anyone out there who needs to gather the strength to get divorced. Check out these posts to learn more about the process and how the right lawyer can help.