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Preparing for divorce

When you know divorce is on the horizon, it is time to take steps to protect your financial interests and to make the process smoother. Planning ahead and acting promptly can save a lot of stress and bitterness in the future.

If you use social media during your divorce, do not make these mistakes

You might have seen the research showing a connection between divorce and social media use. According to researchers, the more frequently you are on Facebook, the higher risk of divorce you have. Practically everyone talks about limiting their time on social media to improve face-to-face relationships. However, what you may not know is that more lawyers are using evidence from Facebook and other social media sites during a divorce case to show that a parent is unfit, hiding money or being dishonest.

Great New Year's resolutions to make during divorce

The first of January marks a new year, and for divorcing couples this can be a great time to focus on the life changes they are making. Setting goals that will help you get through the toughest days of divorce can allow you to move on to happier times and take on the future with confidence. Here are some of the top resolutions for the new year from some of the top minds in the business.

How to prepare for divorce, part 2

Once you have chosen an attorney, you should focus on additional aspects of preparing for a divorce. An experienced lawyer can help you navigate the legal angles of your case, but there are things you can do to increase your chances of receiving a fair settlement. Most of these will be easier to do while you are still married.

How to prepare for a divorce, part 1

Each year, thousands of couples decide that their marriage has come to an end. The Center for Disease Control and Development reports that over 2 million marriages were formalized each year and over 800,000 divorces and annulments were performed since 2000. One way that the many couples seeking divorce can make the process easier is by preparing for the process beforehand.

Common issues business owners face in divorce

Divorce proceedings are tricky enough, but when you are self-employed or a business owner, things get trickier. Knowing what common issues might arise while dividing business assets will help you understand the processes to expect and be prepared.

Who files in divorce? Why filing first matters

Once the decision to file has been made, it is important to find an attorney that you can rely on to guide you through the process and help you achieve your goals. While you may feel as though you have some time to shop for attorneys, it is important not to take too long. Even if you both agree that it is time to end a marriage, who files first matters. Find out three reasons why.

Who files in divorce? Why filing first matters

Once the decision to file has been made, it is important to find an attorney that you can rely on to guide you through the process and help you achieve your goals. While you may feel as though you have some time to shop for attorneys, it is important not to take too long. Even if you both agree that it is time to end a marriage, who files first matters. Find out three reasons why.

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