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Gratitude in Hard Times

Divorcing your spouse is a major life event that can leave you feeling a range of challenging emotions; from sad, exhausted and energy-depleted to angry, bitter and regretful. As we approach the holiday season, past memories of when your life was very different are easily stirred up. It can also be difficult to be faced […]

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Gray Divorce: Challenges when Divorcing After 50

Gray divorce, or divorce amongst potentially gray haired folks of AARP age, is on the rise. Studies show that while overall divorce rates have remained stable across the country since 1990, divorces for couples over 50 that have been married for decades and often have grown children have nearly doubled. In 2010, studies showed that […]

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10 Essentials to Remember During a Difficult Divorce

By Gregory Frank Divorce is difficult. But you know that already.  Gregory Frank, CEO of DivorceForce, who himself is divorced, has always been an upbeat and positive person. He emphasizes that it is most important to challenge yourself and move forward though negativity may surround you. While there are certain scenarios out of your control, […]

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Where Can I Look For Emotional Support During A Divorce?

Divorce support can be just as important from an emotional standpoint as a legal one. Because no matter how you look at it, a divorce is the ending of what was at one time a loving relationship. That kind of upheaval is never an easy thing to go through and it can take a huge […]

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Celebrating Actively Involved Divorced Dads

As Father’s Day approaches, let’s take a moment to celebrate caring, actively involved divorced and divorcing dads: Fathers who put their children first even when their marriage is falling or apart or has ended Dads who recognize and acknowledge their ex’s strengths instead of bashing them in front of their kids Fathers who keep a […]

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What Are Divorce Papers And What Role Do They Play In An Uncontested Divorce?

Divorce papers are documents stating that a divorce is desired and outlining the reasons for filing. These documents must be filed in every divorce case in order for the divorce to be legal. The serving of these papers can be very emotionally charged and so is often not a welcome moment. However, this is not […]

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Amber Rose And Wiz Khalifa Divorce With Dignity

Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa are in the news again, this time for the way they have done their “divorce with dignity.” Amber is a model, actress, fashion designer, and as of July 2016, a talk show host. She married Wiz Khalifa, a rapper, songwriter and actor in July 2013. They have a son, Sebastian […]

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Paying For Divorce With Crowdfunding

Divorce is going to cost you – no doubt about it. Finding the financial resources to pay for divorce may take some creativity. In addition to the usual methods such as personal savings, borrowing from family, and seeking ways to cut back on discretionary spending, there is a new resource to check into. Some people […]

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6 Tips to Make the Holidays Great While Coping With Divorce

We asked Happiness Coach and Author, PJ Ferguson for some tips on how to make the most of the holidays when coping with divorce. Here are the tips he shared with us: 1. Make the Decision. Your experience of life is — more often than not — determined by your attitude. I was one of […]

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Dating after divorce

For someone who has recently gone through a divorce, the thought of dating after divorce can feel quite daunting and can bring up a whole slew of different emotions – fear, apprehension, low self-esteem, feeling “broken”, reluctance to trust someone again, etc. Can these negative feelings be overcome? How does one jump back into the […]

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Dealing With Child Custody Issues In Divorce

This article is contributed by Christine Marinkovich, our Divorce With Dignity owner affiliate in Broward County, Florida. As a divorce facilitator with the Divorce With Dignity Network, my role is to be a “library of resources” to those who are seeking an amicable divorce. I coach my clients through the process, assist them with all […]

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How To Make The Most Out Of Mediation In Divorce

In a recent conversation with Joann Babiak, a San Francisco Bay Area attorney who handles many family law matters including divorce and mediation of family-related conflicts, we discussed the topic of mediation. With a background in psychology and extensive training in mediation and dispute resolution, Joann is well-qualified to answer the following questions about divorce […]