Protect Yourself With Pre-Divorce Financial Planning

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By Steve Unger Special to DadsDivorce.com Are you thinking about getting a divorce? If so, have you made any long-term financial plans? Many people in bad marriages simply focus on getting past the legal divorce process and then moving on, but you need to prepare for what comes after that.

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Asset Protection In Preparation For Divorce

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By Christian D. Barnard Oklahoma City Divorce Lawyer, Cordell & Cordell If you are heading toward what feels like an inevitable divorce, it is important to protect your assets. Unfortunately, the majority of people begin to consider asset protection planning only after being served with a lawsuit, but by then,

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How To Tell Your Wife You Want A Divorce

By Matt Allen Editor, DadsDivorce.com Going through a divorce is a difficult process and the first step – telling your wife of your intentions – is hardest of all. When it comes to divorce tips for men on how to prepare to tell your spouse, it is important to have

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What To Do The Day Before Your Divorce Trial

By Jennifer Paine Attorney, Cordell & Cordell A tough, prepared witness can be more persuasive than the attorneys representing them. They are calm, cool and collected. They know their facts. They can look us attorneys and the judge face-to-face, speak eloquently and sincerely about their family, their children, and so

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How Conflict Styles Predict Divorce

By Julie Garrison Special to DadsDivorce.com Social science is beginning to discover the correlation between marital conflict styles and the likelihood of divorce. It’s a given that couples are going to disagree on a multitude of issues. The way these issues are tackled and resolved can make or break a

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Divorce Trial Prep: One Week Before Trial

By Jennifer Paine Attorney, Cordell & Cordell Attorneys can tell when a witness is prepared. Those are the toughest witnesses to crack, and most of the time they do not crack. Previously, I advised you on the necessary trial preparation you need to do one month before trial and one

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Divorce Recovery: 5 Stages of Divorce

By Julie Garrison Special to DadsDivorce.com Divorce is like a death – but with the corpses still walking around. Whether you are the one initiating the divorce, or you are at the receiving end, the emotions you experience are too many to list. It’s one of those life changes that

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Three Things You Must Do Before Divorce (Part 2)

By Jennifer Paine Attorney, Cordell & Cordell People going through a divorce usually forget to meet with three very important people. In part 1, I revealed two professionals you must consult before finalizing your divorce: the tax professional and the appraiser. Today, I reveal the third forgotten professional: the plan

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Three Things You Must Do Before Divorce

By Jennifer Paine Attorney, Cordell & Cordell This is part 1 of a two-part series on the professionals you must consult before finalizing your divorce. In Part 2, I revealed the third professional you probably overlooked even though it deals with one of the most heated areas of contention in

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