Divorce In The Military

Day: November 6, 2016

Divorce In The Military

The military considers divorce and separation to be a private civil matter, but here are a few additional things you need to know.

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Gray Divorce: Why Mediation Is A Better Option

In Falmouth, Massachusetts, the town in which I practice law, 34 percent of the population was 60 years old or older in 2010. This percentage is expected to rise to close to 50 percent by 2020. Traditionally, the older the married couple, the less likely the chance of divorce. However, according to the U.S. Census […]

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Men, Women and Sex

Men and Sex Men think more about sex. No breaking news there. Studies concluded that a little more than half of adult men up to the age of 60 think about sex at least once a day. Men fantasize twice as much as women, though both fantasize less as they age. Men want sex more […]

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Parenting Time as Your Kids Age

Divorce is difficult. Not only for couples going through the process, but for their children. Splitting up a home, finances and lives is a minefield of decision making. Even the best parents struggle with emotions as they try to do what is right for their family. Part of this challenge is coming up with a […]

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Co-parenting 101

Co-parenting 101 The word “co-parents” denotes an amicable situation, in which two people are working toward the good of another: their child. In reality, of course, co-parenting is not so easy. When two parents are coming from opposite sides of the parenting spectrum, how can they create a co-parenting plan that meets their child’s needs? […]

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Introducing Your Kids To A New Partner

Dating again after a divorce or separation can be scary, even for adults. But imagine how it feels for the children to see their mom or dad with someone new. The first step in moving on may be to examine the end of your relationship with your children’s biological parent. When did it end and […]

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