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Posted by on Dec 23, 2013

As the economy recovers divorce rates naturally increase. An increase in divorce isn’t looked at positively by most people, but in this case, these are people that...

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Money Matters

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013

One of the biggest financial concerns for many people going through a divorce or separation is the way it will affect their credit. Your financial situation is an extremely...

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Heart and Mind

Posted by on Jul 17, 2018

We all know how hard it can be to date again after you’ve gone through a divorce or separation. HuffPost shared the below tips for people looking to find love for a second (or...

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Featured Domestic Violence

Posted by on Jul 17, 2012

Under a California (Family Code Section 3044) the state states policy regarding custody and domestic violence. Under the law, if the court finds a party to have been a perpetrator...

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Post-Divorce Custody Litigation?

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Holidays– How To Prepare

Believe it or not, the holidays are right around the corner. Going through a divorce or being a single, divorced or separated parent can make life a little bit trickier this season, especially if that’s not what you’re used to. Author Karen Stewart recently shared these tips we found helpful and we wanted to share them with you. Plan now. It’s...

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Imagine a world with a game that could detect a cheater. What a world that would be. A recent LinkedIn post we stumbled upon provided this fake scenario: Imagine a game that is essentially a headset that could detect when you see something personal. It would show you pictures of ten kids, one of them being your own. Before your brain could even realize that it...

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A guest post from Dr. Kristine Turner: I was recently asked to answer a few questions by a reporter who was doing a piece for a publication, and I realized that these are often the types of questions society has about divorce. They are typically asked by folks who like to judge, but haven’t actually experienced divorce themselves. Here are some researched...