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Divorce & Christmas: 10 Tips to Help You Manage the Holiday Blues
Divorce & Christmas: 10 Tips to Help You Manage the Holiday Blues

Even if your divorce was x-amount of years ago, it’s hard not to feel depressed or lonely when inescapable advertisements and Christmas jingles praise the concepts of “family,” “love,” and “togetherness.” To spite corporate scheming, you’ve probably been skipping holiday ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

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    A significant step in the divorce process is establishing a thorough parenting plan, or “custody and visitation agreement.” One approved, this ...

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    It may surprise you, but many marital troubles and disagreements can be solved by developing and signing an effective postnuptial agreement. To most ...

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