February is Divorce Month. Since it is such an important Decision, I have put together this post on important considerations.
Finally coming out of a relationship that for whatever reason has run its course, should feel less like an ending than a new beginning. Many of us might want to draw a line between our old married existence and the life ahead by moving away.
In a September 25th decision, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) affirmed an often misunderstood legal tenet i.e., just because the alimony paying ex-spouse starts making more money, the receiving ex-spouse does not automatically get an increase in alimony.
This is Part 2 of a previous blog entitled "Holiday Time, Divorce Time? Remember."
If you're currently unhappy in your marriage, divorce may not be the answer, but how do you go about building a happy divorce-proof marriage?
In recent years, there has been an increase in divorces for couples over 50. Many of these couples have been married for two or more decades. While reasons for the increase in divorces from this demographic vary, it does reinforce one school of thought: t
One of the most common issues for married individuals who battle addiction is divorce or the threat of it.
Going through a divorce is a very, very stressful process. For those suffering from depression, it can make feelings of anxiety and low self-esteem far worse than they may otherwise be.
When going through a divorce, the relationship between you and your soon-to-be ex can become contentious. There are ways to make the process go more smoothly by learning from mistakes we have seen divorcing couples make over the years.
Divorce is the second most stressful event for adults to experience in life, topped only by the death of a spouse. Though it is the most stressful for those directly involved, the entire family is affected by a couple's divorce.