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Divorce

6 Tips for Social Media and Divorce

By | Divorce

Social media has made it possible for us to share unlimited information about ourselves. When going through a divorce or custody battle, however, it’s important to understand the ways social media can either help or harm your case. Attorneys are using social media more and more as a means of…

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Alienation of Affection

By | Divorce

Cost Vs. The Outcome Everything seems to be going well with the marriage. Then one day, what you believed to be true, isn’t. Your spouse is cheating on you.  The anger and betrayal you feel are all normal. So is the desire to make the paramour or other person pay….

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Divorce and Death: A Comparison

By | Divorce

Each Path Has Its Difficulties It’s said that divorce is worse than death. But grief isn’t meant to be a contest. Still, we ask: Who suffers more, the widow or the divorcee? What are the differences? How are they similar? Life after the loss of a spouse is forever changed….

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House

Do I Need to Get My Home Appraised?

By | Home

Hire A Professional If you are going through a divorce, you will most likely need to get a professional home appraisal done. The judge usually orders it. And even if the judge doesn’t, it’s a good idea because often one spouse will be buying the other spouse out of the…

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Stress

How can I get immediate relief in my divorce?

By | Divorce

Temporary Orders Once you’ve filed for divorce, it is usually several months before court dates are set. But sometimes, there are issues that cannot wait several months. For example, you may not know how to divide up assets that are immediately important, like cars, or perhaps there are children involved…

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Divorce after 55

5 Things to Know When Divorcing Past 55

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Why People Get Divorced According to a Pew Research Center study, divorce for people over age fifty in the U.S. has doubled since 1990, and tripled for those sixty-five and older.* It’s understandable, considering people are living longer. And in some senses, “gray divorce” tends to be a bit easier—children…

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