Posts Tagged ‘lawyers’
January is ‘Divorce Month’
So many couples hold on through the holidays in the hope that the magic of those special shared moments will save their marriage. They hold on for the kids and they hold on as a test to see whether the holidays can resuscitate their relationship or confirm the notion that they can’t take another year…Read More
Women in transition find advice, camaraderie at chamber event
This article appeared on phillyburbs.com. Margaret Thompson drove all the way to Doylestown from Swarthmore Tuesday to seek support and inspiration. She said she found it, in the form of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee. The committee on Tuesday hosted the first installment of its Women’s Empowerment Series, a seminar…Read More
Guidelines for Divorced Parents of Teens
I am always a huge proponent of divorcing couples remembering to behave appropriately as parents during the divorce process. As such I was very happy to see the recent article, A Young Adult’s Reflections About Her Parents’ Divorce in the Huffington Post. The teen of divorced parents who was interviewed provided the following important guidelines:…Read More
Is Nesting (Continuing to Share Residence After Divorce) a Good Idea?
Unless you are a multimillionaire with unlimited resources, you will feel the financial effects of dividing your funds and assets after divorce. Whether you are a one or two income family, you are no longer sharing expenses. You must now each support your own individual household. Times can be tough these days and some couples…Read More
How Do Divorce and Education Affect Success?
Last week the New York Times published an article on the effects of education and divorce on income and upward mobility. It isn’t shocking to learn that a two income family will fare better than a single parent who isn’t receiving child support. The article went on to say, however, that education plays a…Read More