When Divorced Couples Disagree about the COVID Vaccine


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


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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Divorce Advice for “I Hate My Ex Husband”


June 15th, 2021 . Jackie Pilossoph

From a Divorced Girl Smiling reader: I hate my ex husband.  I know it is not good to hold on to anger.  I have even emailed him and told him I forgive him for what he did.  I have tried really hard to forgive him.  But deep down I hate him and I ...

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4 Advantages to Selling Your Property Before the Divorce Settlement


June 12th, 2021 . Leslie Glazier

The divorce process has many, many stressors: the emotional strain, finances, your children, and the uncertainty of the future, just to name a few. But there’s something that might be one of your biggest sources of stress: your home. Do you want to...

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Going through a divorce? Don’t Do Anything Stupid!


June 9th, 2021 . Jackie Pilossoph

People going through a divorce do stupid things. It’s not a cut down and I’m not trying to be hurtful, it’s just reality. Trust me, when I was newly separated, I did more stupid things than anyone I know. Why the stupid things? Because going...

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