By aphlaw | Published May 31, 2021 | | |
While it can be easier said than done, sometimes forcing yourself to embrace the power of positive thinking can make a big difference in your ability to emotionally navigate your divorce. Building these positive habits takes time and practice, of course, but it can be quite valuable to your emotional health. Here are a few Read MoreRead More
There are a variety of factors that go into Minnesota courts’ child custody determinations, if the parents are unable to agree on a custody arrangement themselves. Some of the factors include which parent has been the primary caretaker, the children’s relationships with each parent, each parent’s demonstrated capability of having custody, the child’s daily routines Read MoreRead More
Divorce can have a significant financial impact on both parties. It can be difficult for anyone to truly measure that impact, but especially a person who might not have had quite as firm a handle on the family’s finances before the split. Here are a few tips to help you get through divorce while keeping Read MoreRead More
Divorce is hard on everyone, but children are often particularly affected, especially young children who might not have the ability to fully understand why their parents are splitting up. Visitation allows the non-custodial parent to have the opportunity to spend quality time with their children, but it can also be emotionally fraught, especially if the Read MoreRead More
The divorce process can take a lot of time and money. The good news is there are ways you can minimize how much of both of those resources you lose. Here are a few tips that can help you save both time and money when getting a divorce. Collect documents: As soon as you are Read MoreRead More
New research indicates children who see their parents go through a difficult divorce involving lots of arguing and contention are more likely to develop a fear of abandonment in the aftermath of that divorce. This is true even if children feel close to one or both parents. Researchers interviewed 560 children between nine and 18 Read MoreRead More
There are far too many people throughout the United States trapped in abusive marriages. The good news is there are ways to get out, to get a divorce and to start a new life. Here are a few actions you can take to help you leave an abusive relationship: Speak to an attorney: Get a Read MoreRead More
Divorce doesn’t just affect the couple going through the process—it also can have some significant emotional affects on the children of the divorcing couple. As a parent who is going through or has recently gone through a divorce, it is crucial you keep an eye out for signs of potential distress in your children. Here Read MoreRead More
If you have reason to believe your partner is cheating, it is important you take immediate action both for the sake of your marriage and for the success of your potential divorce if your instinct turns out to be correct. Here are a few of the steps you should take if you suspect infidelity: Trust Read MoreRead More
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