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    Top 10 Divorce Podcasts You Should Be Listening To Now

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Jun 30, 2021

    The top podcasts you should listen to include Divorced Not Dead, The Divorce Survival Guide, All’s Fair With Laura Wasser, Divorce Goddess, Co-Parenting Past Chaos, Breakup Recovery, The Husband Help Haven, Surviving Divorce, Divorce Angel, and Heal, Survive & Thrive!

    Navigating the Split With Divorce Counseling

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Jun 23, 2021

    Divorce counseling can help you navigate your split by teaching skills to effectively communicate with your ex and providing the necessary tools to move on.

    How to Financially Protect Yourself When Going Through a Divorce

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Jun 16, 2021

    To financially protect yourself throughout the divorce process, establish legal separation, identify your assets and gather proof, liquify your assets, cancel joint credit cards, understand state laws, secure valuable property, reduce expenses, and hire an expert.

    How to Find the Right Child Custody Lawyer for You

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Jun 09, 2021

    To find the right child custody lawyer for you and your unique case, determine the ideal qualities you’re looking for, conduct online and word-of-mouth interviews with friends and colleagues, meet with multiple lawyers, and finally, compare.

    Best Practices for Selling Your Home During the Divorce Process

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Jun 02, 2021

    When selling your home during the divorce process, financially and mentally protect yourself, compromise with your ex, prep the marital home, time the sale correctly, hire a realtor divorce specialist, consider an investor purchase, and continue to pay your mortgage.

    How to Move on Following a Divorce

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • May 26, 2021

    To move on following divorce, you should mourn the relationship, let it go, seek professional and friendly guidance, mentally prepare for the aftermath, focus on you, organize your financials, and consider dating.

    Why Your Divorce Team Needs a Forensic Accountant

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • May 19, 2021

    Your divorce team needs a forensic accountant because they possess the skills and knowledge to find hidden assets and income, perform business valuations, appraise assets and properties, authenticate financial information in court, and assist your attorney with financial matters.

    9 Types of Divorce, Explained

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • May 12, 2021

    The major types of divorce include uncontested, contested, collaborative, default, no-fault, at-fault, arbitration, mediation, and summary.

    Mortgage Q&A: What You Need to Know When in the Midst of Divorce

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • May 05, 2021

    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.

    Determine the State of Your Relationship With Marriage Counseling

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Apr 28, 2021

    Marriage counseling can help you determine whether you want to save your marriage or begin divorce proceedings through introspection and communication.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    How Therapy Can Benefit a Child of Divorce

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Mar 24, 2021

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

    Top Factors Affecting Alimony Assessment

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Mar 17, 2021

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

    Top Tips to Prep for a Divorce Lawyer Consultation

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Mar 10, 2021

    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.

    How to Negotiate a Buyout During a Divorce

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Mar 03, 2021

    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.

    Divorce Support Groups: How to Find the Right Fit for You

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Feb 24, 2021

    To find the right divorce support group for you, consider several characteristics: facilitator credentials, meeting location, time commitment, group size, personal beliefs, and cost.