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Tips for Talking to Your Kids About Divorce

While it’s certainly not easy to talk to your children about your divorce, it needs to be done sooner or later. It is important to plan out the conversation in advance so you can anticipate any potential reactions or questions, and make the conversation as successful as possible, given the circumstances. Here are a few… Read More »

Tips for Navigating Social Media During Your Divorce

Over the last couple decades, social media has become a nearly inextricable part of our lives. For people who are going through a divorce, it can also be something of a minefield. While your best strategy to stay out of social media-related trouble as you go through your divorce is to simply avoid using it… Read More »

Tips for Virtual Child Visitation Sessions

During the time of COVID-19, it has become more common for noncustodial parents to have virtual child visitation sessions rather than in-person visits, especially when there are safety concerns. While it’s always preferable to have in-person visitation, sometimes this simply isn’t possible due to logistical issues, or, in today’s environment, due to pandemic-related concerns. It’s… Read More »

Divorce Can Have a Long-Term Impact on Health

Research indicates people who go through divorce are more likely to have long-term negative health consequences, even if they get remarried. Some specific findings include the following: People who were divorced were found to be 20 percent more likely to develop heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other types of chronic health conditions. People who were… Read More »

Make Your Health a Priority During the Divorce Process

The divorce process can be quite stressful, and it can be easy to fall into unhealthy habits as a result. Therefore, it is important to prioritize your health and self-care when going through a divorce. Here are a few tips to help you stay physically and emotionally healthy when you’re going through the divorce process…. Read More »

Who Gets the Car in Your Divorce?

When you go through the divorce process, you will either handle asset distribution yourself during the negotiation process, or the court will do it for you. This includes any vehicles you own. How do you determine who gets the car in your divorce? As with any other piece of property, judges will base their decision… Read More »

What Happens if You’re Divorcing While Your Names are Both on a Lease?

If you are going through a divorce and you and your spouse rent an apartment together, you will need to figure out how you will manage the remainder of your lease. In some cases, you might have an understanding landlord who is willing to let you out of the lease. Or, you might be on… Read More »

The Steps to Keeping Your House in a Divorce

Depending on the circumstances of your personal life and finances, you might wish to keep your house following a divorce. If you owned the house prior to your marriage, this is simple—the home is considered a non-marital asset and thus is not subject to the asset distribution process. However, if you and your spouse jointly… Read More »

What Impact Has COVID-19 Had on Divorce Rates?

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many divorce attorneys and experts believed the pandemic would put a strain on many relationships that would lead to a surge in divorce filings around the nation. As of the end of the summer, it appears those predictions were accurate. Let’s take a look at the impact the… Read More »

Expect Technologies Used for COVID-19 Divorces to Remain Popular

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in widespread changes in the way we do business and communicate. This is just as true for law firms as for many other types of businesses. With courts and law offices closing up except for a few essential operations, many clients and attorneys have had to get used to some… Read More »