Divorce Blog

Differences Between Litigated Divorce and Divorce Mediation

Despite the best intentions of the people involved, roughly half of all modern marriages still end in divorce. No one imagines their marriage will end when they make that commitment. However, time or circumstances can push you and your spouse...

How to Manage the Effects of Divorce on an Employee

Divorce is a heartache that workers don't need to endure alone — even in the workplace. Rather, managers and employees have an opportunity to help see their colleagues through this tough time of their life. The effects of divorce in the...

Reasons Why Couples Forget to Communicate

In even the most solid relationships, communication is a struggle at one point or another. Sometimes expressing oneself honestly is difficult — or it can hurt one's partner. Here are several reasons why couples forget to...

5 Destructive Behaviors Not to Engage in During a Divorce

Going through a divorce, even when it’s amicable, can be confusing and stressful. While there’s no universal formula for getting through the experience unhurt, there are certain tactical errors that can aggravate your situation. Here are...

Physical Intimacy After Divorce: A Cause for Nervousness or Joy?

After your divorce, there will come a time when you start thinking about having a sexual relationship with someone new. This can be an exciting time for new singles. It can also feel a little uncomfortable. Sex with someone new after going so...

How to Save Your Relationship After Cheating

Happy relationships that go on for years are becoming harder to achieve. And the problem of a cheating partner — or even both partners — can seriously damage or even destroy your marriage. Extramarital affairs can be both embarrassing and...

5 Ways to Reduce Financial Strain on a Marriage When Buying a Home

Let’s face it; the stress of buying a home can be enough to push the happiest couple to their edge. This stress compounds when you’re already working through the most raw, sensitive areas of your life with your partner. That doesn’t mean...

A Single Mom’s Must-Read Child Custody Guide

Divorce doesn’t have to strip your parental rights from you. Whether you’re married or not, you — and your child — have certain rights that survive a marital split. If you've suddenly found yourself a single parent, it wouldn’t be...

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