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10 Ways to Win a Child Custody Battle

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In the midst of all of the components and complexities of a divorce, the determination of child custody is likely one of the primary concerns of exes who have children together.

Don’t become disheartened if your child’s other parent has … Read More

6 Sleazy Apps and Sites for Cheating Spouses

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A couple of decades ago you knew your mistress wanted you to come over when your phone would ring twice and then fall silent. The song “Knock Three Times” tells the story of a man asking a neighboring woman to … Read More

Top 7 Post-Divorce Vacation Locations

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When the whirlwind of a divorce has left you exhausted and in low spirits, a trip out of town can be just the thing you need to clear your head and get back on track. It’s time to be a … Read More

Divorce Parties: Would You Attend?

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Some call them “freedom parties” while other, less optimistic groups have dubbed them “celebrations of a miscarriage.” Whatever they may be, divorce parties are a growing trend.

 

They have all the fixings of bachelor and bachelorette parties. Feather boas … Read More

Remarriage: 5 Reasons the Divorce Rate is so High

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Data from the Census Bureau suggests that second, third and subsequent marriages fail at a greater rate than first marriages. In fact, the more times a person is married, the higher the chances are that their next marriage will end … Read More

The 5 Stages of Grief in a Divorce

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Working through the five stages of grief not only pertains to people who are mourning a death, but to anyone who is observing the loss of a loved one. Divorcing a spouse and dissolving a marriage can be one of … Read More

Top 10 Break-Up and Divorce Flicks

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Movies can inspire hope, cradle sadness, stimulate laughter and cure boredom. Break-up movies usually do all of these things at once, and can speak to emotions in a way that no shoulder you cry on would be able to. The … Read More

When to Listen to Your Cold Feet

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It’s just pre-wedding jitters! It happens to us all! You’ll be fine! It’s a big day, it’s just nerves!

Or is it? Studies are now being dedicated to that very question. Is cold feet before marriage a normal anxiety that … Read More

Tis the Season. . . for Divorce?

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You read it right – there is actually a time of year when divorce is in the air. And it comes as no surprise that it’s the coldest of them all. Nicknamed “divorce month” among legal circles, January is the … Read More

Forging a Relationship With Your Child’s New Stepparent

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So you’ve already endured the perils of divorce. If you have a child with your ex-spouse you have likely gone through challenges of getting your kid used to this new routine, which is so different from what it used to … Read More