INFORMATIVE DIVORCE ARTICLES

Rebound relationships and divorce

The end of a marriage is rough. Spending many years with someone, then suddenly finding yourself divorced and single is a major life change. 

 

Some people take this time to ...

 

 

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Divorce Holiday Survival Guide

Recovering from any sort of loss or heartache can be especially difficult around the holidays. For many of us, the holidays can feel dark, lonely, and stressful — especially if we are going through divorce and holiday dread.

 

 

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dating during divorce

Rejected, hurt, disappointed, betrayed; these are some of the worst feelings one can ever imagine; all felt when you are going through divorce.  It is common for anyone going ...

 

 

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protecting your credit during divorce

It is often said of divorce - it is an emotional roller coaster. 

 

It doesn’t matter whether it is an amicable parting of ways or an all out war, divorce will always be difficult. 

 

 

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prepare for your divorce trial

Going through a divorce can weaken you financially and exhaust you emotionally. 

 

Divorce is one of the most profoundly painful and life-altering events you may experience.  

 

 

 

 

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wedding rings after divorce

Whether you initiated the divorce or it caught you completely unaware; whether you would be happy if you never saw your ex again, or still harbor intense feelings for him, the ring is a binding tie that isn’t ...

 

 

 

 

 

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Regardless of your role in a divorce - the initiator or the recipient, it will never be a walk in the park.  

 

Divorce is difficult and can sometimes be convoluted.

 

And it is certainly painful.

 

 

 

 

 

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late life divorce

Starting in the early 1990’s, there has been a overall downward trend in the divorce rate.  In 1992, the figure was at 4.8 divorces per 1,000 population. By 2016, this figure has dropped further to 3.2 divorces.

 

This change in trend may largely be attributed to millennials and their decision to marry later when careers and finances have become more stable.

 

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