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Father involvement versus father absence

Traditionally, research on family dynamics has focused on fathers' absence and the effects, usually negative, that this has on children. Recently, researchers have focused more on involved fatherhood and the effects that it has on children. The data consistently...

Take steps to prepare for financial independence

During the divorce process, people usually need to disentangle their finances. This can sometimes be a complicated process. There are several steps that people should take to prepare their finances for this new stage in their lives. The first thing that people may...

How can you tell if your spouse is hiding assets?

When going through divorce, the last thing you want to do is make the process harder on yourself. On its own even in the best of circumstances, divorce will cost you a lot of time, money and peace of mind. Unfortunately, there are some spouses who would try to use...

What does custodial responsibility mean?

As a parent, your relationship with your children does not end with your divorce, nor does your responsibility to them. Your powers and your duties as a parent continue after the end of your marriage. In legal terms, these comprise your custodial responsibility....

What should you do with your marital home in divorce?

Just as you may have fond memories of your soon-to-be-ex-spouse, you may also have treasured memories of your marital home in Florida. That said, you do not know what to do with the property in your divorce. U.S. News & World Report offers options for handling...

Tips for divorce self-care

We know that your divorce is a tumultuous time of transition. You may feel that you have a million things you have to take care of. At the same time, you are trying to meet your children's needs while also trying to deal with your own emotions.  There are times that...

Postnuptial agreements for a changing marriage

You may be noticing your friends and acquaintances going through tough times in their marriages. Perhaps you have consoled more than one family member during a difficult divorce, and you are beginning to realize that few marriages are impenetrable. You may regret now...

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