I think it is always important to understand the finances surrounding your home, lifestyle and paying the bills. If you haven’t been engaged, if that wasn’t your share of the household chores, now is the time. You will need to know all of these facts and figures to move forward. Get help, get informed…it will… [Read More]
These are all great tips. Yes, lean on your friends and family…don’t shut yourself off. However, the people in your life bring with them their own life experiences. A therapist is focusing on your and hopefully—a good one—will provide guidance through this unsettled time without bringing his or her baggage to the table. “Make new… [Read More]
Updating your beneficiary information is very important. Even if you want to retain your former spouse as your beneficiary for the benefit of your children, or to protect an ex from the loss of an alimony obligation, you should update your beneficiary designations after your Decree has been issued so that there is no dispute… [Read More]
Due in large part to greater acceptance, more and more studies show that a healthy divorce is much better for your health and your family than an unhealthy marriage. To learn more about how divorce can affect your health read, “Can Divorce Make You Healthier?“
An argument is not emotional abuse so where do you draw the line? The following article, “When Is It Emotional Abuse?,” outlines what emotional abuse is: a painful and serious behavioral pattern in which the primary effort is for the abuser to control their partner by manipulating their emotions.