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Child Support Assistance

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

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Is Amicable Divorce Possible?

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.

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.

When It’s Time to Move On

by Vicki Larson • Apr 01, 2020

Moving on can be a difficult part of the divorce process, one made easier by learning to accept the situation and take steps to purge the past, address the present, and look toward the future.

Self-Care Tips for Divorced Dads

by DivorceForce • Mar 24, 2020

Fathers coping with the after-effects of a divorce should prioritize self-care in the form of exploring their emotions, focusing on physical and mental well-being, and reinforcing their relationships with their children.

Life Gets Better After Divorce

by Vicki Larson • Mar 18, 2020

Research suggests that life can improve for those who have gone through the divorce process, as those affected recognize and reprioritize their goals moving forward.

The Divorced Woman’s Guide™ to Turning the Valentine’s Day Blues into Reds

by Wendy Sterling • Feb 14, 2020

Dealing with Valentine's Day following a divorce or breakup doesn't have to be devastating. Follow these helpful hints to navigate through the day, and your life, with ease and enjoyment.

Take Care of Yourself and Simplify Your Life

by Vicki Larson • Dec 09, 2019

It's important to take care of yourself, first and foremost, when moving on following a divorce—as well as those in your immediate circle—in order to begin to heal and cultivate healthy habits going forward.