Monthly Archives: January 2015

Keeping Peace in Adversity

Working With Your Stbx (soon to be ex) First, you’re relieved you made the decision, or your crushed you’re being left. Somehow you come to terms with it in the days to follow, and think this descision to divorce is … Continue reading

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STRATEGIES AND TIPS FOR DIVORCE AND CUSTODY CASES

Originally posted on turnerandburney:
Always tell the truth. Keep your attorney and Guardian ad Litem informed of your current information, such as telephone number, email address, mailing address, and residence address. Do not move too often from one house to…

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Children in Divorce

When I first starting thinking of divorce, like most parents, I first thought how this will affect my children, more than worrying about finances or being alone.  There are basic rules to follow, and some resources that might help. Never … Continue reading

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It’s not your baby’s fault!

Originally posted on Custody Struggles:
The pain of parents who are purposely alienated cannot be underestimated. Each time your child shares something that was clearly feed to them, daggers hit the heart. You can’t respond, for to do so only hurts the child. Do whatever … Continue reading

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Letting Go      Bilbo, Baggins, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) IMDb: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) Bilbo: I’m old, Gandalf. I know I don’t look it, but I’m beginning to feel it in my heart. I feel… thin. … Continue reading

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Working with Lawyers and Professional Staff

Working with lawyers and legal staff is essential in divorce, but can incredibly frustrating.  As their client, we’ve hired them to protect and promote our welfare, and we need to communicate efficiently to manage their work (as much as they’ll … Continue reading

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Family Court for Dummies (A Work in Progress)

Good rough overview of the ins and outs of working with the family court professionals to make sure you save time and money and ensure your interests are promoted. via Family Court for Dummies (A Work in Progress).

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