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  • Tips for Making the Most Out of Mediation

    Traditionally, divorce has been an adversarial process that can often be more difficult than needs to be. However, the last few decades have seen new approaches to the divorce process, such as mediation. Mediation is a process in which two parties attempt to reach a settlement over a conflict between them by allowing an impartial

  • After the Divorce: Tips for Coping

    Finalizing a divorce can be a welcome relief to everyone involved in it. Chances are, your divorce was meant to be a stepping stone to a new period in your life in which you no longer have to deal with the issues that led to your divorce. However, finalizing a divorce can actually bring about

  • Can You Keep Your Kids in the United States?

    It has never been easier to get from one part of the world to another. All it takes is the ability to travel internationally, which usually comes with obtaining a passport, and the means to purchase a ticket to get just about anywhere you want to go. As such, families today are more diverse than

  • Back-to-School Tips for Divorced Parents

    For newly divorced parents with children, there are a lot of lingering questions. How will the divorce ultimately affect the children? Will your parenting plan be successful? How will the divorce affect your relationship with your children? All of these are important questions to ask, but many divorced parents also wonder how to navigate the

  • Staying Together for the Kids: When is the Right Time for Divorce?

    Each marriage is unique. Each individual in a marriage faces his or her own challenges and emotions. Sometimes in a marriage, the relationship between spouses disintegrates to the point where they are more like friends – or in some cases, enemies – rather than husband and wife. When these circumstances arise, divorce might be the

  • Common Mistakes Women Make During Florida Divorces

    While traditional gender roles no longer reign supreme in Florida marriages or marriages throughout the country, and even though divorce is unique to each individual experiencing it, there are some common mistakes that women tend to make during the Florida divorce process. Men also make many of these mistakes, and this list is not exclusive

  • Common Mistakes Men Make During Florida Divorce

    Divorce can be an extremely difficult process, even for men. In fact, many men go through a wide range of emotions when it comes to divorce. As we all know, emotions can sometimes cloud a person’s judgment, which can result in that person doing something that might not be in her or his best interest.

  • Keeping Conflict Away from Children During Divorce

    Divorce can often be a contentious experience. It is never an easy process and can take an emotional toll on the strongest of individuals. It can also cause conflict that has remained under the surface to bubble up or even cause conflict to arise that did not previously exist. In the midst of divorce and

  • Florida Collaborative Divorce

    Divorce can often be a contentious process, and it is typically unpleasant for all parties no matter how good of terms you remain on with your soon-to-be ex. Lawmakers and courts continuously search for ways to make divorce more palatable, easier, and more convenient for parties involved in the process. PR Newswire reports that a

  • Breaking the News: Talking About Your Divorce

    It is difficult to break bad news to anyone, and telling people about your divorce is no exception. Most people do not get married planning to divorce, so telling those around you about your divorce can be intimidating and discouraging. Below are some helpful tips adapted from DivorceMagazine.com for talking about divorce with various people