Notes From a Single Parent

  It’s not easy to be a single parent. And it isn’t exactly what you had planned when you imagined being a parent a long time ago. But you are

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Starting Over: New Careers, New Pursuits Later In Life

In my line of work, I encounter people who are in transition. Divorce often means change not only in marital status, but in friendships, parenting, and work and careers. I

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Family Time: A Hike Close to Home

As the weather becomes more and more spring-like, it is once again time to enjoy the outdoors. Spending a day outdoors is an inexpensive way to spend quality family time.

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Tidying Up: Sparking Joy After Divorce

For those of you that have watched the Marie Kondo show “Tidying Up” on Netflix, you may have noticed that the show covers individual families cleaning their homes and determining

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Heartfelt Quotes About Divorce

It is no secret that divorce is hard. Divorce causes a major change in the life of each member of the former couple. It causes one to reevaluate their life,

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A Divorce Attorney Writes About His Observations- And How to Avoid Being in His Office

It is hard to stay together. And it is hard to split apart. Divorce is never easy. And although it happens frequently, and divorce attorneys see it a lot, there

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Yours, Mine, and Ours: How Millennial Couples are Managing Finances

More than half of married millennials are choosing to manage their finances separately. Couples may choose to do this for a variety of reasons and may implement separate finances in

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A Rise in Couples Rushing their Divorces is a Consequence of 2017 Tax Reform

Divorce attorneys are seeing a rise in the number of couples trying to finalize their divorces before the new year. Even attorneys who specialize in highly contested divorces find that

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As Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to a close, a new report highlights several challenges faced by victims and families touched by violence. The report indicates that although the rate

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Discussing Debt Before Saying “I Do”

It can be awkward to discuss finances while planning a wedding, but it is crucial that these things are addressed. Both of you bring to the marriage your spending habits,

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