Every marriage is different and every partner is different. While divorce may be the eventual endpoint of your marriage, you may be considering going to couples therapy to see if you can work through your issues. Here are seven common reasons it may be time for you two to seek outside help: 1. You Have Grown […]
Don’t let divorce tear your family down. Instead, plan some fun activities for a fall pick-me-up. Click here for a few ideas!
It is that time of year again, back to school! This time can be especially hard for divorced parents and their children. If you are struggling with the back-to-school transition, follow the tips in the article linked below. https://www.kidsfirstcenter.org/siteglide-blog/kids-of-divorced-parents-the-back-to-school-adjustment
People can change throughout their entire lives, and so can their feelings towards others. Whether this process is slow or a sudden change or heart, it can catch loved ones off guard and cause a marriage to fall apart overnight. Sadly, about 50% of first marriages in America fail, 60% of second marriages, and 73% of […]
Being unhappy in your marriage does not have to result in divorce. First, ask yourself the five questions on the website linked below. They may cause you to change your perception on the situation at hand. https://www.getlasting.com/unhappy-marriage
Divorce is going to be hard any way it is done, but an uncontested divorce can save you time and stress. Visit our website linked below for three things you need to remember if you are considering an uncontested divorce. 3 Things To Know About Uncontested Divorce
A divorce changes your life forever, into something you never thought it would become. It can induce the same emotions in an individual as losing a loved one. It is understandable that divorce would cause you to feel strong emotions. Continue reading to find the four stages of divorce, and how to manage them in the […]
If divorced parents disagree on whether or not to have their child vaccinated, a lot of drama can stir up. The law for this varies by state and generally depends on which parent holds legal custody. If both parent hold legal custody, the issue must be settled in court. Follow the link to learn more. […]