Filing for Divorce? What Women Need To Know Beforehand

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July 15th, 2021 . Anna Krolikowska

More than half of the prospective clients who call me are women.  Women tend to initiate divorce proceedings--including filing for divorce, more than men. Some women, however, may not be completely prepared for the divorce process. During the fir...

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12 Truths and Myths about Mediation

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July 12th, 2021 . Marjorie Jacobs

Mediation is a word people usually are not familiar with unless they are going through a divorce. Even when you hear the word mediation, it can sound confusing, complicated and even scary—especially if you hear myths about mediation that are simply...

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Coping with Divorce: The Times You Feel Like You Just Got Punched

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July 5th, 2021 . Jackie Pilossoph

Have you ever done a kickboxing class? I’d highly recommend it as a tool for coping with divorce. When I was getting divorced several years ago, punching air or punching a bag really did it for me. It helped me get out all my anger, frustration, an...

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When Divorced Couples Disagree about the COVID Vaccine

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July 2nd, 2021 . Jackie Pilossoph

Divorced couples might have different opinions and argue on many issues, including finances, lifestyle and the children. But once a marital settlement agreement is in place, (when the couple is officially divorced) they have an obligation to adhere t...

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A Tool for Coping With Anxiety During Divorce

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June 18th, 2021 . Denise Schwartz

It’s always good to feel and process your emotions as you are going through a difficult time, such as divorce.  However, there may be times when those feelings and emotions are too overwhelming, and coping with anxiety during divorce seems challen...

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