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    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.

    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.

    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.

    Change of Season, Change of Heart

    by Randi Levin • Mar 23, 2021

    As the seasons change, so do we, experiencing waves of emotion and growth as we continue to evolve, both in our respective relationships and life at large.

    Get Your Life in Gear Post-Divorce

    by Laura Bonarrigo • Mar 22, 2021

    The steps you take post-divorce will frame your life for many years to come, making it all the more imperative that you take the time to process your feelings in a healthy way.

    The Pitfalls of Searching for an Ex Online

    by Wendi Schuller • Mar 19, 2021

    When digging into the past, be mindful of what you may discover and determine if you are emotionally prepared to accept whatever the outcome may be.

    Learning from Turmoil

    by Gary Mathews • Mar 18, 2021

    No matter how traumatic your divorce process may be, there is always a lesson to be learned and positives to draw from the experience.

    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.

    How to Rewrite Your Divorce Story

    by Lisa Arends • Mar 16, 2021

    When reframing your divorce, it's important to step outside your fixed perspective and be open-minded to evaluating the situation, your feelings and emotions from a different, more objective vantage point.

    My Second Marriage Mindset

    by Tara Eisenhard • Mar 15, 2021

    A second marriage can be a second chance at happiness, and should be seen as a time of growth and progress as you incorporate life lessons and evolved beliefs into a new relationship.

    Should You Stay Married for the Kids?

    by Christine Marie • Mar 11, 2021

    The question of whether or not to stay together for your children is one only a parent can answer, though the prevailing wisdom indicates it's typically best to part ways if the relationship is unhealthy.