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  • ‘Tis the Season for Divorce: Increased Divorce Rates After the Holiday Season

    For many people, the holiday season is associated with family, togetherness, and joy. At least, that is what the holidays are marketed as. Near the Christmas and New Year holidays, many people decide to take big vacations with their families and significant others. However, this is not necessarily a universal understanding. The Possible Connection Between Divorce and the Holidays One of the most ...
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  • Missteps to Avoid During the Divorce Process

    The divorce process is fraught with a vast spectrum of emotions, such as anger, disappointment, sadness, resentment, and relief. It also involves a substantial amount of complex paperwork and, depending on your circumstances, might require a whole host of experts to comb through your finances, especially if you are going through a high asset divorce. Anything can go wrong, but too much is at stake ...
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  • The Benefits of Choosing a Collaborative Dissolution of Marriage

    When people think of divorce , they often imagine ugly courtroom battles and bitter fights. However, there are other, less hostile methods for dissolving a marriage that both parties can benefit from. However, it is necessary for spouses to approach this method with an open mind and a willingness to compromise, or they might not be able to achieve a settlement. To get the most out of your ...
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  • Five Tips for Saying Goodbye to a Beloved Home

    Moving out of your family home can be a truly emotionally draining and challenging process. It is completely normal for people to grieve the loss of places that once felt so familiar. Whether you are moving out for a new job elsewhere, due to financial troubles, or a property division order in a divorce that did not quite go your way, it can be a genuine challenge to let go of the house you called ...
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