As a service to our clients, we pleased to provide you with the following Divorce Guidelines from Divorce Magazine and hope that the information and articles contained within are helpful and supportive.
1. Children and Divorce Guide
How do I tell the kids? Will they blame me? How can I protect them from the conflict? Will they be afraid to get married? How do I bring structure back into my family life?
2. Collaborative Divorce Guide
Battling your spouse in court puts your divorce – and the fate of your children, your finances and your future – in the hands of a Judge…instead of your own. But what if there was another way?
3. Co-Parenting Divorce Guide
For most people, divorce is much more than a major legal process. It’s also a challenging time of transition that can negatively impact virtually every area of life: emotional, psychological, domestic, parental, financial, physical health, social, vocational and more. This guide provides information to help you recover from the inevitable stresses and pressures of divorce. And just as importantly, the Guide empowers you to build the satisfying, strong relationship with your children and ex-spouse.
4. Divorce Guide
Divorce is more than a major legal process; it’s a challenging time of transition that can negatively impact all areas of your life: emotional, psychological, parental, financial, your physical health, and more.
5. Divorce Recovery Guide
Information to help you recover from the inevitable stresses and pressures of divorce. And just as importantly, the Guide empowers you to build the satisfying, strong and inspired new “life-after-divorce” that you desire, and deserve.
6. Financial Divorce Guide
During divorce, organizing your financial documents, making informed cost-benefit decisions, and striving to keep your costs under control are critical to your long-term financial stability. Use the information here to help you make it through your divorce with your finances intact, and your future secure.
7. Mediation Guide
Divorce can be a stressful, prolonged, expensive, risky and confrontation-filled experience. However, it doesn’t have to be that way when both spouses choose mediation instead of litigation. This Guide includes information to help you understand some of the benefits and limitations of this out-of-court dispute resolution method. Together with other resources and experts, use the information here to help you decide if mediation is the best way forward for you, your children, and your future.
8. Men’s Divorce Guide
Men facing the challenge of divorce often struggle to find the answers, insights and advice they need during this difficult and confusing time. In this Guide, you’ll find information that focuses exclusively on men’s divorce issues.
9. Women’s Divorce Guide
For many women, divorce is a difficult and confusing experience that can profoundly change and negatively impact many aspects of life. This Guide offers compassionate and credible information, designed to inform you as you make it successfully through your divorce – and beyond.