30 Mar 2016

Top 5 Reasons a Divorce Lawyer May Turn Down Your Case

5. You curse repeatedly during the initial consultation. Divorce law is already tense and difficult enough. Lawyers must manage their cases as well as their clients’ emotions. But it is not what we are good at or what we want to do, so if from the first instance, our potential client cannot remain somewhat calm […]

18 Dec 2015

Questions to Ask Your (Potential) Divorce Lawyer

While there are many things you should ask your divorce lawyer, you should really also ask yourself many things such as simply “do I feel good about him or her.” There is often not much time to decide upon which lawyer to choose, so your gut instinct may be your best guidepost. But to help you, […]

02 Dec 2015

Holiday divorce trends you should know about

Have you ever noticed that January is the busiest time for most divorce lawyers? A reason that many couples put off calling a divorce and child custody plans until after the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays is to not upset the children during what should normally be a joyous and celebratory time of year. Here we’ll addressed […]

30 Nov 2015

10 Life Lessons Divorce Taught Me

When my divorce began, I was somewhat naïve. I thought life would go on with the exception that I would now be alone. Well, that certainly was not the case. The first years were filled with ups and downs, deceptions, abandonment and disappointment. Through it all, I learned a lot and now am equipped to […]

25 Nov 2015

The Surprising Reasons Why I’m Thankful for My Divorce

It’s Thanksgiving. The time of year when we pause to remember and mark all the things in our life we are thankful for. I can count so many things this week as I pause to consider what I have to be thankful for. The blessings are way too numerous to count. But one of the […]

20 Nov 2015

16 Small But Essential Things To Do For Yourself After Divorce

16 Small But Essential Things To Do For Yourself After Divorce It’s normal to feel completely unsure of yourself when your world has been turned upside down by divorce. To help you navigate those first bumpy months after your separation, we asked bloggers to share the small, everyday things that helped them feel a little […]

18 Nov 2015

5 Tips for Making It Through the Holidays as a Single Parent

5 Tips for Making It Through the Holidays as a Single Parent The holiday season can absolutely be a time for great joy and compassion, and like everything else in life, you will only get out of it what you put into it. Whether you are spending time with your children this year or not, […]

12 Nov 2015

For divorced parents who hug goodbye rather than tuck in bed

For divorced parents who hug goodbye rather than tuck in bed Sometimes it’s only after they’ve rushed out the door and climbed into their father’s car that I realize I didn’t hug them goodbye, not for any real reason except that Evan was complaining about his shoes again and Kostyn was chasing after a squirrel, […]

10 Nov 2015

10 Ways To Survive The Holidays While Going Through a Divorce

10 Ways To Survive The Holidays While Going Through a Divorce   As Halloween passes and you finally finish packing away the costumes and the candy, turning the calendar to November can seem as painful as wearing a beaded thong to the gym.  The holiday season becomes a catch 22 for most people who have […]

06 Nov 2015

New bill eases path to divorce for many couples

New law eases path to divorce for many couples When spouses in Maryland agree to split up and amicably hammer out a separation agreement, state law still makes them wait a year to file for divorce. That will change Thursday — at least for some couples — when a new law eliminates the waiting period […]

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