Co-Parenting Divorce Tips for Divorced Parents

According to Complete Case, co-parenting after divorce refers to a situation where two parents who no longer live together share the responsibilities of their children. When couples have been in a contentious relationship, or the marriage was marred with domestic violence and divorce takes place, co-parenting becomes a daunting task because both parents hardly get back into terms with one another. The separated parents take the initiative of raising children to avoid pain and hurt in the lives … [Read more...]

How Divorce Affects Your Kids

Most adults have had to come to grips with the idea that divorce is a fact of life. Though it isn’t something everyone will experience personally, we all know or will know someone going through it. As a result, it’s something we’ve come to accept can happen to everyone. It also means people work very hard to keep their marriages stable and avoid some of the pitfalls that lead to divorce. But the problem with divorce is, the people it affects the most aren’t equipped with the maturity to deal … [Read more...]

Current Divorce Rate in the USA 2018

A divorce proceeding is currently a trendy thing that you cannot omit it either in your life or in another breath of another person you know, namely your relatives, friends, colleagues, etc. The advanced divorce rate began in 2000, and it is still rather well-spread all around America!  Therefore we will speak today about the latest numbers of the divorce case in general and the most recent statistics of the American divorce cases in particular. In the subsequent article, we will discuss with … [Read more...]

Filing For Divorce: Understanding Your Legal Rights

It is a very difficult time that typically leads people to our articles. People who typically find articles are people who are undergoing a divorce. It's a very high stress and emotional time for them. Some people focus so much on the emotional end that they do not spend enough time understanding the business and legal end of things. It is quite natural for people to go through that cycle, but at the same time they need someone on their side acting as an advocate for them. What they need more … [Read more...]

How To Deal With A Heartbreak

Breakups are not easy to bear because losing someone that you thought would walk with you in all stages of life no matter what can be a heart wrenching experience. Most people drown in a sea of despair when they go through this period and some even have p deal with a number of health issues as being emotionally broken can have an impact on your physical well being as well. As humans, we tend to make more mistakes when we are sad and stressed, and this can turn our lives upside down. … [Read more...]

How to Get Through Your Divorce

Getting a divorce can be one of the most traumatic experiences in a person's life. Not only are you losing someone you thought you'd be with forever, you also have to deal with child custody issues, splitting your finances, splitting real estate, and other practical matters while you are in the middle of grieving. If you are currently facing a divorce, here are a few steps to help you navigate this difficult time: Don't be afraid to process your feelings. Depending on the circumstances of … [Read more...]

5 Ways To Settle A Divorce Outside Of Court

Separation or Divorce at times may have to be executed through court if you fail to negotiate on important matters with your spouse. Although it’s a good thing to settle all divorce matters out of court, many individuals have to go through court-based proceedings and hire the services of a lawyer to settle matters properly. Obviously, in such matters it is hard to discuss things amiably with your Ex. Today, I will present you a few tips that will make you learn the art of negotiation with your … [Read more...]

What to Do in Case of a Separation

Family comes first, and parents know this for a fact. For this reason, it is always important to make sure that everything, from finances to access to quality healthcare, is secured. For sure, this should always be the case even if a divorce is in order. Both parents have responsibilities to fulfill even when the marriage no longer exists. As it is written in law, both partners will have to secure each other’s futures and that of their children as well. Indeed, the process of divorce involves … [Read more...]