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Tips for Divorcing Parents
Co-parenting with an ex-spouse has its challenges, not the least of which is communicating with someone you may have been completely unable to talk to, or let's face it, be in the same room with. However, your children deserve the best out of both of their parents, whether or not you can stand one another.
Here are some tips on how to get along well enough with your ex to make sure your children's emotional and physical needs are met and help your children get through the divorce feeling loved and secure... Read More
Can you get your divorce handled without hiring lawyers?
Yes, it is possible to file your own divorce and complete the process without the aid of an attorney. However before you commence a do-it-yourself (DIY) divorce, consider these tips.
Do You Have the Time and Temperament? Sure, you want to save the money, but do you have the time to time to research your state’s law, gather the documentation, and follow through with court filings and appearances? At the same time, you will need an even temperament to deal with the... Read More
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Divorce mediation brings a neutral third party, the mediator, into the equation; the mediator helps both spouses work together to reach an agreement, which can then be entered as a divorce judgment by a judge. Agreements reached in mediation are... Read More