Category Archives: Divorce
Entertaining the idea of a prenuptial agreement is a smart strategy according to financial experts. Here are five reasons why you should consider drafting a prenuptial agreement.
Gather Up Documents – This part may sound simple, especially if you have a file of paperwork, but it is best to gather everything as soon as you can because sometimes, you may need to request a document. This takes time! We have created a list of documents that you should consider gathering and storing […]
As soon as January comes to a close, cue in the lovey-dovey commercials that fill our television screens, the holiday decor sections at Target stocked with heart-shaped candies, and social media posts of happy couples. During your dating and married days, maybe your Valentine’s Day was filled with red roses, chocolate truffles, and lengthy, handwritten […]
Putting your children first is essential to reducing their stress and helping them start the new school year on the right foot. To help you get on track with a fresh perspective, we recommend these seven back to school tips for newly divorced parents: Encourage your child to express their concerns and feelings. Listen to […]
Thanksgiving is upon us, and now is the time to finalize your plans for the big day. There is excitement in the air thinking about all that delicious food, time with family (either in person or virtually), and a long afternoon nap from the turkey. For those who have been recently been through a divorce […]
Divorce in and of itself means separation, but if you and your former spouse have children together and both intend to stay active in their lives, that separation can never be 100%. This fact is particularly evident when it’s time for students to head back to the classroom for a new school year, and for […]
Divorce comes with its own special set of protocols, complications, and paperwork, and that can make it stressful at best. However, these difficulties can be intensified if your soon-to-be ex is a non-U.S. citizen living out of the country in their native place of residency. The sheer paperwork alone can be a tricky situation if […]