Apps To Avoid Child Support Arguments

Day: September 18, 2016

Apps To Avoid Child Support Arguments

Divorced? Having trouble finding a way to communicate about child support? Tired of all the fighting? Well now there’s an app for that. Several, actually. According to an article by Beth Pinsker published in The Huffington Post recently, even after the child support payments have been calculated and agreed upon, there are endless other expenses […]

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Social Media And Our Kids: When The Pros Outweigh The Cons

I admit to being more low-tech than most of my peers. There is no television in my living room. No iPad in my purse. No GPS in my ancient Volvo. Of course, I still use my Mac laptop for work and check Facebook on my phone, but on the technology spectrum, I lean more toward […]

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Doing Divorce Differently

Is “Zeal” Appropriate In Family Law? Part I We must realize that divorce is not purely a legal problem, but one with legal implications. We should honor and recognize all the elements involved legal, psychological, emotional, and financial. With more than 50 percent of marriages ending in divorce, isn’t it time to rewrite the script […]

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Spouse Wants A Wevorce Consult

When one spouse considers options like Wevorce for divorce, the question often comes from the other spouse, “What does this mean?” It is normal to feel uneasy. There may even be an initial reaction of, “No, just because you want to do it that way, doesn’t mean I will. I want to decide for myself.” […]

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Holistic Ways Ease Stress – Acupuncture

There is a growing body of research linking too much stress with a long list of scary stuff, including depression, anxiety, an increased susceptibility to infections — even heart attacks and strokes. So what can you do when you’re under pressure, feeling “stressed out” and constantly battling the headaches, body aches, sleep disturbances, and fatigue […]

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