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How to Keep Your Kids from Conflict During Divorce

High-conflict divorce is not only painful for sparring spouses it can cause emotional consequences if there are children involved. A study published in Child Development found that conflict between divorced or separating parents is linked to an increased risk for children developing mental health problems. Researchers found a connection between parental conflict and higher
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How to Make Valentine’s Day Less Painful after Divorce

As we endure a global pandemic, the past year has been hard on all relationships but if you’ve recently gone through a divorce, Valentine’s Day may trigger a flood of negative feelings. The celebration of romantic love can be a painful reminder of the loss of a marriage and the loneliness that
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What is a “Millennial Divorce”?

COVID-19 has put enormous strain on all our relationships including marriages and domestic partnerships. The pressure of the pandemic has caused many couples to reevaluate their long-term relationships and part ways. While divorce is a fairly straightforward solution for unhappily married couples, fewer Millennials have opted to tie the knot which can
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Can You Save Your Business From Your Divorce?

Divorce is difficult enough when dealing with the emotional side of it, and if you are a business owner, figuring out how your business will be treated in your divorce can add an extra layer of complication. It can be upsetting to think about losing a business that you have built over the years, and there are precautions
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What you should know about “Divorce Month”

January has unofficially earned a reputation as “Divorce Month” because, in the first few weeks of the new year, divorce attorneys see an uptick in divorce filings. Legal experts believe the holidays play a huge role in deciding whether to finally file for divorce in the New Year, as many, especially those
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Dividing Property During a Pandemic

COVID-19 has triggered a major recession exposing the many inequities in our society. Millions of Americans have filed for unemployment and are struggling to keep a roof over their head while in some parts of the country, the housing market is heating up and home prices are on the rise. If you are
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How to Protect Your Finances Before Getting Divorced

Divorce can leave you feeling spent— both emotionally and financially. Typically, married couples co-mingle their money, assets, and investments. For many, the process of unwinding that financial bond can become complicated and painful. Disagreements about money are one of the most common reasons why couples split, which is why you want to
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Does Separation Always End in Divorce?

When a marriage has reached a breaking point, separation is an option for couples who want to try and work out important issues before opting for the finality of divorce. For some couples, a separation can be beneficial by giving spouses the space they need to try and fix problems in their
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