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  • How to Peacefully Navigate the Holidays After a Divorce
    How to Peacefully Navigate the Holidays After a Divorce

    Getting through the holidays after a divorce might seem like an impossible task, especially given the hectic nature of this very busy season. However, with a little cooperation and compromise, you and ...

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  • What Can I Do if My Spouse Wastefully Dissipated Assets?
    What Can I Do if My Spouse Wastefully Dissipated Assets?

    The divorce process can sometimes bring out the worst in people and, in some cases, a spouse might waste marital assets in anticipation of a split as a form of revenge. If you believe your spouse ...

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  • 4 Tips for Sharing Halloween with Your Co-Parent
    4 Tips for Sharing Halloween with Your Co-Parent

    Unlike Thanksgiving, Halloween might not have been among the list of holidays you and your former spouse fought over during your divorce, so if this spooky holiday was not addressed in your parenting ...

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  • Can Infidelity Impact the Outcome of My Divorce?
    Can Infidelity Impact the Outcome of My Divorce?

    Historically, adultery is one of the most common grounds for divorce and, although it is seldom pursued, it is still technically a crime in some states. Of course, in contemporary society, adultery ...

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  • How to Talk About the Divorce with Your Kids
    How to Talk About the Divorce with Your Kids

    Before you get started on planning to tell your children about your divorce, make sure you are settled in this decision and there is no indecisiveness. There is no need to alert your children to the ...

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  • Stay Focused at Work During Your Divorce
    Stay Focused at Work During Your Divorce

    Divorce is rarely a walk in the park for most spouses. Ending a marriage is a major decision and the stress that ensues from going through the process can distract you and interfere with your ability ...

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