The major types of divorce include uncontested, contested, collaborative, default, no-fault, at-fault, arbitration, mediation, and summary.
When faced with a difficult transition in life such as divorce, it's helpful to set some short-term goals to create a sense of purpose, and ultimately, achievement.
Suicidal thoughts can take many shapes and forms, and should be taken seriously in order to recognize and address them immediately.
Sudden Divorce Syndrome is often the result of a lack of communication between spouses and a reluctance to address the underlying issues at hand in the marriage.
DivorceForce asks Divorce Mortgage Founder Ross A. Garcia the most pressing questions about handling a mortgage during a divorce, from the biggest misconceptions, to when and how to remove names, and much more.
Anger can be a valuable emotion, and should be recognized, expressed and released in order to move forward in a healthy, productive way.
It's vital to pay attention to signs of mental illness, as they may ultimately impact your marriage and cause long-term damage, eventually leading to divorce.
DivorceForce recently spoke with Rivka Edery, an experienced psychotherapist and author of “Trauma and Transformation: A 12-Step Guide.”
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.
Self-care is an important practice at any time, but deserves special attention during such a potentially stressful, life-altering event as divorce.
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 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.
Enjoy this list of popular novels featuring divorced heroines to draw inspiration as you navigate your own divorce process.
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.