<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1213059985494204&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

DivorceForce Insights

Browse or search our content library to help guide you through your divorce journey.

    Featured Posts

    How to Negotiate a Buyout During a Divorce

    To negotiate a buyout, you’ll need to determine which spouse is qualified to buy the other out, decide on the home’s fair market value, and mutually agree on conditions.

    Top Tips to Prep for a Divorce Lawyer Consultation

    When preparing for a divorce lawyer consultation, conduct research about the lawyer and a typical session, gather personal documents, compose questions, consider your options, think about what you want out of the divorce, and contemplate costs.

    Top Factors Affecting Alimony Assessment

    Factors affecting alimony assessment include standard of living, duration of the marriage, financial resources, physical and emotional conditions, and marital contributions.

    How Therapy Can Benefit a Child of Divorce

    Therapy provides a safe environment for a child of divorce to process and work through their emotions before they lead to more problematic issues.

    Recent Posts

    How Will Your Divorce Change You?

    by Lisa Arends • Apr 22, 2021

    Divorce affects each person differently in ways that may be beyond your control, but having a positive outlook is key to weathering the storm in preparation for sunnier days ahead.

    How Divorce Can Impact Your Taxes

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Apr 21, 2021

    Divorce can impact your tax filing status, dependent claims, and eligibility tax credits.

    Love Yourself through Your Divorce

    by Tara Eisenhard • Apr 20, 2021

    Self-care is an important practice at any time, but deserves special attention during such a potentially stressful, life-altering event as divorce.

    The Difference Between Lonely & Empowered

    by Laura Lifshitz • Apr 19, 2021

    By channeling feelings of empowerment following a divorce, you can focus on the positivity of your independence and solitude, rather than the negativity of loneliness and abandonment.

    The Price of Tolerance

    by Bonnie Simpson • Apr 16, 2021

    The ramifications of settling for negative aspects of a relationship may ultimately cost you your own self-respect, making it crucial to take note of the red flags and adjust course.

    Novels with Divorced Heroines

    by Lisa Thomson • Apr 15, 2021

    Enjoy this list of popular novels featuring divorced heroines to draw inspiration as you navigate your own divorce process.

    Are You Required to Pay Child Support With 50/50 Custody?

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Apr 14, 2021

    Although you share 50/50 custody with your ex, you may still have to pay child support to ensure the children achieve the same standard of living they would have if their parents lived together.

    I Have PTSD and It’s Not All Bad

    by Paige Gorman • Apr 13, 2021

    There are times when a traumatic experience can provide the needed growth in life, as you learn from mistakes and use this insight to move forward.

    Music to Move You Through Divorce

    by Tara Eisenhard • Apr 12, 2021

    Though the inclination may be to crank up the sad, depressing songs during the divorce process, it's important to select tunes that breed empowerment and confidence as well.

    Step-Mom vs. Step-Dad: What’s the Difference?

    by Erin Careless • Apr 08, 2021

    Step-parent can be a difficult role to fill, particularly for step-moms wishing to strike the appropriate balance between embracing their maternal instinct and keeping a respectful distance.

    Risks of Purchasing a Home Before Your Divorce Is Final

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Apr 07, 2021

    Purchasing a home before your divorce is final involves a variety of risks including your spouse claiming partial ownership, a negative impact on your proceedings, limit on the assets you receive, and affordability.

    Five Tips for Weekend Dads

    by J. Alistair Palmer • Apr 06, 2021

    Being a weekend dad can be a challenge, which is why it's important to make the extra effort to connect with your children whenever possible, both in-person and through technology.

    Before You Divorce: Prepare to Tell the Kids

    by Rosalind Sedacca • Apr 05, 2021

    Talking to your children about an impending divorce can be one of the most difficult steps of the process, one made easier by honestly sharing your thoughts and feelings, and being sure to listen to theirs.

    Divorce, Wealth Preservation and Emotional Decision Making

    by Jon Blau • Apr 01, 2021

    The key to wealth preservation during divorce is to develop and follow a financial plan, and to minimize making emotional decisions that can lead to major investment mistakes.

    Post-Divorce Health Goals

    by DivorceForce • Mar 31, 2021

    Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important during all stages of life, but especially during the tumultuous transition of divorce, when mental and physical well-being should be a prime focus.

    The Problem with Irreconcilable Differences

    by Chris Armstrong • Mar 30, 2021

    Though the great majority of marriages end based on 'irreconcilable differences,' further examination indicates this designation may mask more serious, underlying issues.

    Dealing with the Pain of Divorce

    by Beatty Cohan • Mar 26, 2021

    The pain of divorce is not permanent, and will fade over time as you begin to rebuild a life of your own, surrounded by those who provide love and support.

    How to Manage Pre-Divorce Anxiety

    by Lisa Arends • Mar 25, 2021

    Anxiety will always be a part of the divorce process, but proactively managing it can be the difference between constant turmoil and a smooth transition.