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How Divorce Affects Adult Children
When you think of children of divorce, you may imagine kids under the age of 18. The truth is that children of divorce can be any age. With gray divorces on the rise, children may be in their 20s or 30s. They may be in college or married with children of their own. They… Read More »
Are You Burned Out With Your Marriage?
We all go into a marriage hoping that things will work out forever, but that is not always the case. Marriage takes a lot of work and when it takes too much effort, it can be exhausting. When a person gets overly exhausted, they tend to get burned out. This burnout, if not remedied,… Read More »
Does Polyamory Lead To Divorce?
When you got married, you vowed to a life of monogamy. After all, sleeping with someone else besides your husband or wife would be cheating. Unless, of course, you and your spouse were in an open marriage. Polyamory, swinging, “consensual nonmonogamy” — these are all terms for sleeping with other people while married. But… Read More »
What Challenges Will You Face When Divorcing A Spouse With Mental Illness?
Even though we have made great strides as a society when it comes to mental health, there is still a stigma surrounding it. Those with mental health issues are seen as scary or dangerous. Or maybe they’re just faking it for attention. When a person listens to their doctor and takes medication as prescribed,… Read More »
Can You Prevent Infidelity In Your Marriage?
One of the biggest deal breakers that people have in a relationship is cheating. Infidelity is looked down upon because it’s something that can be prevented. Plus, it breaks the trust in a marriage. The relationship may never be the same. Infidelity is more common than you might think, affecting close to half of… Read More »
When Postpartum Depression Affects Your Marriage
Having a baby is supposed to be a wonderful time. It’s supposed to be a time full of excitement as you and your spouse navigate parenthood. Unfortunately, though, many women experience postpartum depression (PPD) after giving birth. New fathers may experience it as well, So can adoptive parents, although it is not as common…. Read More »
How To Keep Your Marriage Strong
We all get married with the intent of staying married forever, but that is not always the case. Close to half of all marriages end in divorce. There is no guarantee that your marriage will last. You never know what life will bring. However, being ready to tend to matters along the way can… Read More »
How To Protect Your Children With A Postnuptial Agreement
Do you have a prenuptial agreement? If so, are you confident that it adequately protects the interests of your children in the event that you and your spouse get divorced. Many people think that when they sign a lengthy prenuptial agreement, it surely must address every possible issue that could arise over the course… Read More »
Who Gets The Debt In A Florida Divorce?
If you have filed for divorce in Florida, or are considering doing so, you likely have a lot of questions and concerns. You may be worried about who will get the house, how jewelry will be divided, and how other property will be split between you. But have you considered how your debt will… Read More »
Tips For Representing Yourself In A Florida Divorce
If you have chosen to represent yourself in your divorce, we commend you. Representing yourself is a great deal of responsibility, and requires dedication, research, and attention to detail, at a time when many people would be emotionally overwhelmed. Do your research. When it comes to the Florida divorce process, there are a lot… Read More »