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The Most Helpful Apps To Manage Custody, Finances and More

Topping the list of challenges for divorcing couples is the way communication often breaks down between former spouses. In fact, studies show that communication difficulties are a leading catalyst of separation; these frustrations only become compounded after divorce...

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How to Tell Your Spouse That You Want a Divorce

Of course, going through a divorce is typically one of the furthest things from the minds of newlyweds. However, the reality is that all marriages do not have happy endings. When problems between a married couple begin to pile up, and it starts to become clear that...

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The Challenges Of Grey Divorces

While studies show that divorce rates in the U.S. as a whole have begun to drop, the rate of “grey divorces” – couples who are age 50 years or older and in long-term marriages – is the demographic in which divorce rates are still rising. A significant reason for the...

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Co-parenting While Living Apart During Covid 19

In a recent article in the New York Law Journal, Judge Jeffrey Sunshine commented on co-parenting during the pandemic from the point of view of a judge who decides custody issues. He noted that since parents with non-emergency custodial issues were unable to access...

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Divorce and Parenting in the age of COVID-19

We have been hearing a lot about the new normal resulting from life in the age of COVID-19. Our individual and collective worlds have been rocked in ways as novel as this strain of virus. To be sure, we are living in historic times. The outbreak of COVID-19 has become...

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5 Myths About Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation has become a popular alternative to adversarial divorce proceedings as it saves families time, money and unnecessary emotional upheaval. It has helped countless couples achieve a more constructive divorce. Yet, there are still many misconceptions...

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What to Do After Mediation is Over

After you and your former spouse have successfully completed the mediation process, there are some important steps that you will need to take next. Of course, the specifics of these steps will depend on what was agreed upon at mediation, as well as your personal...

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