Strategically Planning For The Possibility Of Divorce

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Although there is debate over what the exact divorce rate in the United States actually is, somewhere around 40-50% of all marriages end in divorce. The financial ramifications of ending a marriage can affect the rest of your life. No one plans on their marriage ending in divorce, but nonetheless

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Top Five Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce

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The early stages of divorce can seem overwhelming. You’re likely sorting through difficult emotions and stressed about what the future might hold. During this time, it can be hard to know where to turn and what are the first steps you need to take to protect yourself, your assets, and

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5 Tips For Succeeding In Mediation

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By Amanda Diplan, Cordell & Cordell Family Law Attorney In some states, such as Florida where I am licensed to practice, mediation may be a requirement before being able to obtain a final hearing or trial before the judge. This means that often times, mediation may feel and seem like

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Reconciling During Divorce

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Every marriage and divorce is different. Sometimes, an act of infidelity can lead to a prompt and bitter breakup. Other times, couples just gradually drift apart and eventually realize they’re better off separated. Many couples waver back and forth when thinking about divorce and consider a number of different factors.

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DadsDivorce Live: Dating During Divorce

When going through divorce, most people are very eager to get the end of it and move on to the next chapter of their life as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, divorce can be a drawn out process that takes months, or even a year or two in some cases, to

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Avoid The Mistake Of Moving Out During Divorce

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One of the very first steps guys make during the divorce process is often their biggest mistake. Your wife tells you she wants a divorce. You’ve been fighting constantly for months, and while you’d love for this to work, you’ve also reached your breaking point. It would probably be best

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The Divorce Talk: How To Talk To Your Spouse About Divorce

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Breakups are hard no matter what, but even more difficult when that means divorce. Ending a marriage has more serious implications than calling it off with your high-school sweetheart. You’re ending a relationship with a person you truly loved and planned on spending the rest of your life with.

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