5 Tips for Working Through Relationship Conflict
It is possible and best to look at working through difficulties and problems in relationships as something other than fighting. Sure fighting can and does happen, but there is a better approach that will help both parties come out ahead.
5 Things To Consider Before Getting Engaged Again
The thought of engagement can make you nervous, especially after a divorce, but here are the key things to consider before getting engaged again.
Individual Divorce Tasks: Updating Important Information
When divorce terms are finalized and binding it does not necessarily mean it is time for the divorcing couple to sit back and relax.
What You Need to Know About Financial Settlements After Divorce
Having to arrange a financial settlement after a divorce can be stressful, so it's important you know the ins and outs and begin the process prepared.
4 Things Divorced Parents Should Know About College Expenses
Couples often prioritize the custody agreements during a divorce, and that’s of course very important, but the problem is that it often neglects the discussion of college.
How #MeToo Shook American Marriages
When the #MeToo movement began trending on social media toward the end of 2017, it shook the bedrock of male-dominated industries. But what does this mean for marriages in America?
Child Support: How To Reach a Child Maintenance Agreement That Benefits Your Children
Although you may not be able to avoid tension during a divorce, your kids are your most important consideration. That’s why it’s vital to arrange a child maintenance agreement.
6 Helpful Ways to Start Feeling Your Best After Divorce
The journey after a divorce will be a long one. Feeling your best after divorce can take a while. But, by taking the time to take care of yourself, you can end up feeling better than ever before.
What You Must Know About Child Support Modification Hearings
Modification of a child support order begins with filing a form by which either party can ask the court to reconsider the current child support arrangement.
Collaborating Our Way Back to School After Divorce
Transitioning back to school after divorce and switching to a new schedule brings with them another set of stresses. If you're divorced or contemplating divorce, these stresses can be unwanted and overwhelming