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Keeping Your Children Happy During A Divorce


How Do You Get Social Security Disability Widow’s Benefits?

If your spouse passes away before the age when they would receive Social Security benefits, or even if they were already receiving benefits, you may be entitled to receive payments as the surviving spouse. There are several criteria that must be met before you can receive benefits as a widow or widower because your spouse is deceased. Take a look at some of what you should know before talking to a social security attorney for help. Read More 

Considering Divorce After A Short Marriage

Sometimes, you just know a marriage is meant to be for the rest of your life. And other times, you get married and almost immediately regret it! If you have been married for only a short time and are pretty certain you now want to pursue a divorce, know that you are not alone. Many people do divorce after less than a year of marriage and go on to live healthy, happy lives post-divorce. Read More 

What To Expect When Divorcing An Abusive, Controlling Husband

Abuse in a marriage can rear its ugly head in a lot of ways. From emotionally abusing someone by calling names and degrading them to physically harming someone, all of these can be grounds for a divorce in most states. One thing that tends to go hand in hand with abuse is overt control, which in itself is a form of emotional abuse. However, divorcing an abusive, controlling husband can be one of the toughest situations a woman will ever face. Read More 

Parting Ways And Plastic Problems

People who are aren't divorcing can get into a lot of trouble when it comes to credit card use, but for a divorcing couple the issue can be magnified. When you part ways with your spouse, the debt has to go somewhere and how to handle credit card debt can turn into a huge divorce issue. Read on to find out how divorce law treats credit card debt and how you can avoid problems with it. Read More 

Four Things You Need To Share With Your Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with a crime, one of the first things you need to do is hire a competent criminal defense attorney. It will be your attorney's job to defend you and try to get your charges reduced or even dismissed by the court. However, in order to do their job well, your lawyer will need some input from you. Here are four things you need to share with your criminal defense attorney in order to help them do their job better. Read More 

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Keeping Your Children Happy During A Divorce

When it comes to divorce, one of the most challenging aspect is dealing with your children's feelings. They can feel abandoned, depressed, or guilty about the situation, which can affect their schoolwork or social life. Fortunately, divorce doesn't have to destroy your kid's well-being. When I went through my own divorce, I learned some very important skills that helped me to keep my kids content during the proceedings. This blog is all about focusing on your children and knowing how to protect them from a potentially contentious environment. Read more on this website, and feel free to share these articles with others.

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How Do You Get Social Security Disability Widow's Benefits?
10 November 2018

If your spouse passes away before the age when the

Considering Divorce After A Short Marriage
28 September 2018

Sometimes, you just know a marriage is meant to be

What To Expect When Divorcing An Abusive, Controlling Husband
27 July 2018

Abuse in a marriage can rear its ugly head in a lo

Parting Ways And Plastic Problems
29 May 2018

People who are aren't divorcing can get into a lot

Four Things You Need To Share With Your Criminal Defense Attorney
20 March 2018

If you have been charged with a crime, one of the