Blogs/Events/Articles/News

Category:

Divorce E-Newsletter June 2015

Divorce News: Study: Social Media is the New Marriage MinefieldNearly 50% of participants in a recent survey admit to checking their partner's Facebook account - and 15% indicate they had contemplated divorce as a result. Divorce Process: Mediation for Self-PreservationWhen your family breaks up, it feels like your very survival is threatened. Med...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter May 2015

Divorce News: Study: Divorce Linked to Higher Risk of Heart AttackNew research suggests that divorced men and women are more likely to have a heart attack than their married counterparts. Health and Well-Being: Do the Next Right ThingThe most effective method of rising out of a depressed state is retrieving control of your life by taking the right...

Read more >>

Divorce eNewsletter April 2015

Divorce News: Couples over 50 are More Likely to Divorce When the Wife Gets SickA new study suggests that couples over 50 are more likely to divorce if the wife becomes seriously ill. Legal Issues: Choosing a Divorce ProcessThe process you choose can have a big impact on the final terms of your divorce. Financial Issues: Five Financial Considerat...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter March 2015

1. Divorce News: Study: Eye-Rolling Spouses may be at Higher Risk of DivorceEye rolling at your spouse may be more than just an example of poor manners - this interaction could put your marriage at a higher risk of divorce, according to research. 2. Health & Well-Being: Nourishing your Stressed-Out BrainThese nutritional tips can help you thin...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter February 2015

1. Divorce News: Is Tracking the American Divorce Rate Really Worthwhile?As the Census Bureau considers whether it will stop collecting data related to marriage and divorce, experts and the American public voice the importance of continuing to do so. 2. Parenting and Divorce: Parenting Responsibly on Your OwnIf you have fought in front of your chi...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter January 2015

1. Divorce Study: Study: Marrying Someone Your Own Age Could Reduce Risk of DivorceA new study finds that the age difference between spouses is among the factors that can be used to predict the risk of divorce. 2. Children and Divorce: 5 Ways to Keep Children Out of Conflict During Your DivorceIf you have fought in front of your children, or have ...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter December 2014

1. Divorce Study:Divorce After 50 Rising Despite Looming Retirement"Gray Divorce" is on the rise - in spite of the extra challenges posed by a lengthy marriage and looming retirement. 2. Child Custody: How Often do Non-Custodial Parents see their Children?Here are the most common reasons why non-custodial parents have little or no contact with the...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter November 2014

1. Study: An Expensive Engagement Ring Increases Odds of DivorceThe true cost of an expensive engagement ring may be your marital happiness, as researchers find high wedding costs and risk of divorce to be linked.2. Managing your Reputation During DivorceActing in a way that appears irresponsible, inappropriate, or antagonistic can have a negative ...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter October 2014

1. SupportMaking your Case for Spousal SupportMany states and provinces consider your marital standard of living and your pre-divorce lifestyle as major factors in awarding spousal support. 2. Children and DivorceHow do I Tell the Kids about Divorce?Using a storybook format to break the news to your children in a loving way. 3. Health and Well-Be...

Read more >>

Divorce E-Newsletter September 2014

1. DIVORCE SETTLEMENT AND PREPARATIONGetting SettledWhat you need to know before creating your Settlement Agreement. 2. FINANCIAL PLANNINGWorking with a Financial ProfessionalA competent financial advisor can be an invaluable resource during your divorce. 3. CONSIDERING DIVORCEEnding AbusePhysical or emotional abuse can happen to anyone. Here's i...

Read more >>