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Staying on track at work during your divorce

Maintaining a focus on areas of importance in your life when you are dealing with a divorce can create challenges. Of particular concern is your ability to stay on track with your work-related responsibilities when you need to make an unusual number of difficult decisions about your future. Knowing some of the ways to manage

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When should you avoid mediation?

You want to end your marriage, but you do not know the most favorable way to go about it. You know you could opt for divorce mediation, but would you be better off with traditional divorce? To help make a final decision, see what Family Education says about when to avoid mediation. Shape your post-divorce life

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Do you need a divorce coach?

Divorce is, in a word, stressful. There are many aspects to consider, decisions to make, and plans to lay. It can feel overwhelming, even for a relatively uncomplicated split where many issues have already been resolved. Add children into the mix, and things get even more complex. It can be helpful to have someone by

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Divorce in the new year: Is it on your radar?

It’s not uncommon to look for a fresh start when the calendar turns to a new year. And for that reason, January is one of the most common months for divorce filings. If you’re considering divorce and have plans to go down this path in the new year, there are a variety of steps you

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How do you get your spouse to accept the divorce?

Sometimes, when couples divorce, both are at their breaking point and ready for the split. But many other times, one spouse is still heavily invested in the marriage and vehemently does not want a divorce. What happens then? How can you bring the nonaccepting spouse to the point where they accept the reality of the situation? The

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Child custody: Tips for working out an arrangement

Child custody matters can be difficult to work through, but this can be a bit easier if both parents decide that they are going to put the children first. There are several things that you might be able to do that could help make things a bit less stressful. One of the most important things to do

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Key things that you must do before filing for divorce

Almost everyone feels dissatisfaction in their marriage at one point or another since relationships are always changing and evolving over time. However, feeling dissatisfied and surrendering yourself to divorce are two very different things. If you are considering filing for divorce, it’s likely that you are experiencing some hesitation. You will want to make sure

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How to manage your finances during a divorce

Divorce is never cheap. Proper planning, however, can reduce the negative effect divorce has on your finances, and it’s an essential part of moving forward with your life following a marital split. Here are some steps to take to make sure that you’re handling your finances as well as possible: Work out what you own:

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The fringe impacts of a divorce

When people think about the main impacts of a divorce, they often think of obvious things like moving out of the house, not living with their spouse any longer or not seeing the children as often. They know that life is going to change. However, it is important to consider other fringe impacts of divorce

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Why unmarried fathers need to establish paternity

Arizona has long presumed paternity when the wife in a married couple has a child. Regardless of the genetics involved, the husband of a woman who has a child is the presumptive father. He will be on the birth certificate and will have both parental rights and responsibilities to his children while married and in

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