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    Mental Mantras to Adopt After Divorce to Find Peace

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 03, 2020

    Adopting mental mantras following a divorce can help to channel positivity about yourself, the divorce, and the steps you will need to take in order to move forward in life.

    Faith

    by Patty Blue Hayes • Jun 01, 2020

    Faith can be a useful outlet during tumultuous times, especially a divorce, as it helps channel the underlying strength we all possess and allows us to better face obstacles and challenges.

    Spotlight: Bryana Turner Talks About Divorce Mediation vs. Divorce Litigation

    by DivorceForce • May 28, 2020

    Bryana Turner discusses the differences between divorce mediation and divorce litigation, and explains the benefits of approaching the process from a more amicable angle if feasible.

    What to Expect in Divorce Mediation

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • May 26, 2020

    Divorce mediation is a cost-effective method of attempting to reach an amicable agreement between spouses, in an effort to eliminate the need for a potentially lengthy, emotionally damaging court proceeding.

    How to Use Evidence in Your Divorce

    by Jason Levoy • May 22, 2020

    It's imperative to present as much objective evidence as possible in making the best case for yourself in a divorce proceeding, which may include items such as emails, text messages, and voice recordings.

    Finding Your Inner Strength

    by Crystal Kaplan • May 20, 2020

    Adversity often teaches us to find our inner strength, by channeling resolve and tapping into a sense of self-awareness that allows us to let go, welcome growth, and take the leap of faith necessary to move forward.

    Beware the Divorce Courts

    by DivorceForce • May 18, 2020

    When dealing with the divorce courts, it's important to have a realist assessment of your net worth and plan expenditures accordingly, while attempting to settle as amicably as possible for the benefit of all involved.

    Number One Hardest Thing About Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • May 15, 2020

    The most difficult aspect of divorce is knowing whether or not you will be okay once the process is complete, a prospect you must be open-minded to in order to be successful.

    Ways a Narcissist Will Treat Your Kids Badly

    by DivorceForce • May 13, 2020

    Narcissists crave feeling adored, powerful, and in control, and will often use this agenda to pit children against a former spouse in order to encourage favoritism.

    Divorce is Paperwork Intensive: How to Prepare

    by Diane C. Pappas • May 11, 2020

    The more knowledgeable you are about your financial assets, the better prepared you will be when it comes time to provide the necessary documentation to begin the divorce process.

    Temper Your Expectations When Negotiating During Divorce

    by Wendi Schuller • May 08, 2020

    When negotiating the distribution of assets during your divorce, prioritize what is truly important and worth fighting for, and let go of those items that have little sentimentality.

    How to Appeal Paying Spousal Support After a Divorce

    by DivorceForce • May 06, 2020

    Spousal support appeals may be considered in situations where it is believed the trial court made an error, in which case the process will be repeated before a new ruling is determined.

    Make the Best Use of Your Stimulus Check

    by Bryan Pitstick • May 04, 2020

    Those who have received a stimulus check should take care to prioritize immediate expenses, while methodically planning for the future in deciding how to best use these funds.

    Child Support Assistance

    by DivorceForce • May 01, 2020

    There are numerous services available to assist non-custodial parents with providing child support, should their financial circumstances change.

    Is Amicable Divorce Possible?

    by Cindy Elwell • Apr 29, 2020

    Amicable divorce is characterized by compromise on the part of each spouse, and can lead to a more healthy negotiation of assets and a civil relationship down the line, minimizing unneeded stress for both parties.

    The LGBT Biological Child Dilemma

    by Allison Scollar • Apr 27, 2020

    LGBT couples often experience increased difficulty in obtaining custody through the court system, in the event of the dissolution of a marriage or partnership where children are involved.

    Should You Have an Expense Account With Your Ex After Divorce?

    by Joshua Stern • Apr 24, 2020

    Setting up a joint expense account with your former spouse can be instrumental in facilitating co-parenting efforts, and providing a level of transparency between both parties.

    The Good, Bad and Ugly of Having Divorce Attorneys Who Know Each Other

    by Jason Levoy • Apr 22, 2020

    When selecting a divorce attorney, it's important to choose one who has a similar perspective to both your own and that of your spouse's attorney when it comes to resolving conflict and distributing assets.

    Does God Hate Divorced People?

    by Audrey Cade • Apr 20, 2020

    Though there exists a stigma toward divorce as a behavior among certain religious communities, there is no indication that such disapproval extends to those individuals involved from God himself.

    Finish Before You Begin Again

    by Ali Wilks • Apr 17, 2020

    When beginning a new relationship, it's imperative to put the baggage of the past firmly behind you, by working through any residual emotions and ensuring you are fully committed to moving forward.