Tag Archive: time

Jan
15

Tips from Guardian News on How to Tell Children About Divorce

Tweet Share Guardian news in the UK provides some advice on how to tell your children about your divorce and also provides some insight for those that are trying to stay together for the children. Tips on how to tell the kids about your divorce: Plan the location you disclose the divorce carefully – it …

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Nov
11

Protecting Your Assets and Heirs in a Blended Family

Tweet Share Hitchedmag.com published an article yesterday about how to protect your assets and heirs in a blended family. The article talks bout the home, revocable living trusts, and IRA’s. Merging two families and finances inevitably brings challenges. A common concern among blended families is how to divide assets so that all children are included …

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Oct
07

Natalie Pace: 6 Ways To Penny Pinch Post-Split

Tweet Share Getting divorced is one of the most expensive hardships of life. Your expenses double (two households), while your income is split in half. Your time is drained as well, with all of those extra trips to your ex’s to pick up forgotten homework assignments and trying to take on an extra job.

Oct
02

When is the Best Time to Get Divorced?

Tweet Share Stacy Johnson published an article on MSN Money last week answering the question “when is the best time to get divorced.”  She talks about the five best times to get divorced.  Including a summary of her recommendations: When there is minimal credit card debt When the real estate market is a sellers market …

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Sep
30

J. Richard Kulerski: What Happens When Only One Spouse Wants Out?

Tweet Share The biggest obstacle to an early divorce settlement is when one spouse wants a divorce and the other spouse doesn’t. This circumstance is not uncommon at the start of most divorce cases. divorce is difficult enough when both parties agree that it’s time, but having the parties at odds about whether to divorce …

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Sep
15

Henry Gornbein: School Wars

Tweet Share There are some ways to avoid school wars, but even these are not foolproof. In some high-conflict cases, there will be a parenting coordinator appointed. The role of the parenting coordinator is to work with the parents or former husbands and wives to handle issues including religious upbringing, school, extra-curricular activities, parenting time …

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Sep
13

Higher Divorce Rate for Childless Couples in South Korea

Tweet Share The Korea Herald reports a higher divorce rate for childless couples in South Korea. Among 116,858 couples that split up last year, 46 percent of them did not have children at the time of divorce, a 2011 yearbook published by the Supreme Court said. The divorce rate among childless couples has steadily risen …

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Sep
07

Mark Banschick, MD: Biggest Back-To-School Fears (And How You Can Help)

Tweet Share Kids experiencing divorce dislike the end of summer as much as anybody. But they also face their own unique challenges this time of year. A child of divorce may be seeing her friends and family for the first time since her parents split. Worries such as, “What do I say?” or “Will they …

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Aug
22

Marriage and Divorce Trigger Weight Gain

Tweet Share A new study shows marriage often prompts weight gain in women, while divorce is often the time when men pile on the pounds.

Aug
16

What a Volatile Stock Market May Mean for a Woman’s Divorce Settlement Agreement

Tweet Share ?It Zigs, It Zags . . .? Even the typically exacting New York Times had a hard time describing the stock market?s wild swings  last week.

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