Divorce

Why Marriages Fail After 25 Years

by on January 27, 2017

It’s shocking. After 25 years of marriage, a couple decides to get a divorce. From the outside looking in, things could not be any stranger. The pressures of establishing a career have subsided, the kids have grown up (and hopefully moved out), and the desired lifestyle has been obtained. After all, surely this couple has… (more…)

Ten Rules for Effective Co-Parenting

by on October 4, 2016

As if things weren’t bad enough before the divorce and during the divorce, now the hard part of co-parenting begins. Co-parents are a child’s legal parents or guardians. There are many combinations of co-parenting. A biological parent with a grandparent guardian, two biological parents, or adoptive parents are just a few examples. Whatever the situation,… (more…)

What Type of Divorce Do You Want

by on June 10, 2016

No one gets married wanting to go through a divorce. But unfortunately, it happens even to the best of couples. Irreconcilable differences, affairs, addiction, abuse, or abandonment are some of the reasons a person decides a divorce is the only solution. But before the next move is made, consider these different types of separating. Roll… (more…)

How Divorce and Death are Alike

by on May 8, 2015

You thought that when the papers were signed for the divorce everything would be better and you would finally feel relief and calm.  But you don’t.  Somehow the hurt emotions intensify and unexpected emotions of remorse, sadness, and guilt pile on top of bitterness, resentment, and frustration.  This has left you confused, disoriented, and even… (more…)

How to Decide to Divorce Your Spouse

by on April 25, 2013

One of the hardest decisions of my life was to get a divorce.  At some point and time you finally come to the sad realization that you bring out the worse and not the best in your spouse and vice versa. While there were many appropriate reasons for my divorce, airing them out now would… (more…)

A Letter from a Child to Her Parents during Divorce

by on March 19, 2013

Dear Mommy and Daddy, Yesterday I just stood there as you fought over my baby sister.  Mommy had both her arms and Daddy had both her legs.  I thought my baby sister would break in half but she just cried cause she is only one years old.  I felt so bad that I didn’t stop… (more…)

When Your Spouse Wants to Separate and You Don’t

by on August 25, 2012

One of the hardest words to hear from your spouse is the request that you separate for a while or possible even divorce.  Sometimes these words are expected but they are never fully realized while other times these words catch you by surprise.  It is hard to hear and even harder to understand the reason… (more…)

Child Custody – Don’t Lose Your Kids in the Divorce

by on August 23, 2012

Before you begin reading, let’s discuss what this article does NOT address.  It does not address any legal issues or offer any legal advice or discuss strategies for getting what you want in a divorce.  For that advice, you are better off consulting with an attorney.  Rather the focus of this article is on the… (more…)

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