Should You Wait Until the New Year to File for Divorce?

Deciding to wait or start the divorce process around the New Year is a decision only you can make. If you need some guidance, reach out to someone who is a divorce professional. They can help you see the pros and cons of your timing around the holidays. Here are some thoughts to consider when…

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How Are Finances Divided in a Divorce?

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Divorce can be a challenging and emotionally charged process, especially when it comes to dividing your financial assets. In court-litigated cases, this can lead to added stress and complexity. However, collaborative divorce offers a more amicable and straightforward way to manage your finances during this difficult time. Here’s how finances are divided in a collaborative…

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What is a “Sleep Divorce,” and is it right for you?

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The term “Sleep Divorce” may sound perplexing initially, but it’s a concept that many couples have found to be a practical solution. It involves partners sleeping in separate beds or bedrooms while maintaining their emotional connection and relationship. Practical reasons often drive this unconventional approach. Issues such as differing sleep schedules, snoring, or a partner’s…

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Tips for a Successful School Year After Divorce

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As the back-to-school season approaches, divorced parents face unique challenges. This time of year can evoke a mix of emotions for both you and your children as the end of the summer often means going back to school. Here are a few practical steps we share with our clients to help them navigate the going…

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