Blog Posts in July, 2013

  • Can a Family Vacation After Divorce Work?

    || 22-Jul-2013

    Are you wondering how to enjoy your summer break while going through a divorce ? Though many would say this is unconventional, people are sharing that going on vacation as a family even after the divorce can actually be a great opportunity for the family to bond in a unique way. In fact, people would go as far to say that these vacations after divorce are even rewarding because despite the ...
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  • The Differences of Contested and Uncontested Divorce

    || 15-Jul-2013

    If you and your spouse are considering a divorce there are two distinct categories you can fall under: contested or uncontested divorce. What differs in these two types of a split is the relationship of the two people who are going through the divorce. A contested divorce essentially means that no matter what the spouses do, they are unable to reach an agreement about their matters involve in the ...
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  • Don't Let Your Divorce Affect Your Kids Summer Break

    || 8-Jul-2013

    Just because you and your spouse have decided to call it quits on your marriage during the summertime, doesn’t mean that your children have to have their breaks ruined by their parents’ divorce. Sure, a divorce is going to be difficult on the children but how you and your spouse choose to handle it will make a huge difference. As their parents, whether or not you’re separating, ...
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  • Life Lessons Divorcees Have Learned

    || 5-Jul-2013

    Going through a divorce can be a difficult season of life for any man or woman to walk through. In some cases, some may be able to heal quickly and then jump back into the dating pool, while others feel more deeply the effects of ending their life with the person they loved. According to the testimonies of past divorcees, here are a few life lessons that can be taken into consideration whether you ...
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  • Insurance Policies in Divorce

    || 4-Jul-2013

    When you are going through a divorce the courts will normally call for one party to obtain a life insurance policy that will insure that value of alimony payments, child support, other financial needs.. The spouse with the life insurance should be designated as with the owner of the policy or the irrevocable beneficiary of the policy. This is so that an ex-spouse who took out the policy won't ...
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  • Keeping Your Family Safe this Fourth of July

    || 3-Jul-2013

    Whether you are divorced, a single parent, or a blended family, celebrating holidays is a fun and exciting time with your children. However, during Fourth of July, it is important to remember that safety always must come first in order to protect those you love, especially the little ones. Here are a few tips for you and your family to consider in order to stay safe during this holiday ...
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  • Holiday Time: Making Up the Custody Agreement

    || 2-Jul-2013

    If you want to have the children with you on Independence Day, you need to take action immediately to make this happen. Most of the time, the courts take holidays into account when they work through custody agreements. One parent will get the children for Christmas, and another parent who is sharing custody may have the children for Thanksgiving and Easter as a compromise. Often these schedules ...
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  • Many have heard it said that divorce has a negative effect on the child who is in the home. Whether the child is blaming themselves for what their parents have gone through, or they feel neglected during the process of the divorce itself, children are often left to experience a brunt of the pressures no matter their age. Due to the growing concerns on the effect of divorce and the children, ...
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