Legal Advice About Divorce: Familiarize Yourself With These Terms


September 12th, 2016 . Kathryn McMahon Vivanco

Editor's note (by Jackie Pilossoph) Are you familiar with the term "discovery?" How about "dissipation?" or "prove-up?" Of course you're not! You're newly separated. When would you have ever come across these terms if you didn't go to law school? Thi...

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LinkedIn Stalking… Invasive or Understandable?


August 26th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

I got a call from a friend of mine, asking me for advice. My friend is a divorced dad, and his ex-wife is in a relationship with a guy who also has kids. So the other day, my friend went on LinkedIn to check him out. He has never met the guy, who is ...

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Ex-Husband Got Remarried: “He Got Away Scot-Free”


August 3rd, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

My ex-husband got remarried over the weekend, and I can't work out why it bothered me. I certainly don't want him back, he was abusive emotionally, financially and physically, so why, oh why did it bother me? At the beginning of our marriage we tr...

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Comparing Your Divorce To Your Girlfriends’ Divorces?


July 25th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

Are you comparing your divorce to your girlfriends' divorces? Don't and here's why: Because every divorce case is unique. I want to start off by explaining that there are six people who will determine what happens in your divorce: 1. You. 2. Y...

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Why Your Divorce Might Be Directly Linked To Your Childhood


June 20th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

Things become so much more clear after the dust settles, right? When reflecting on your divorce, you might want to examine why you chose to be in a relationship that didn't work. This will help you choose the right person in future relationships. Tha...

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