Nearly 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Surely you've heard the statistics, but until it's you getting the divorce, it doesn't always sink in. Although divorce is often heartbreaking, it isn't the end of the world. Sometimes perspective is... (Read More)
If divorce were a recipe, it would consist of two main ingredients: emotions and assets. While mature, responsible adults are often able to set their emotions aside for the promise of a better future, hammering out the details of a financial... (Read More)
Divorce is never easy, but if you and your partner work as a team instead of against one another, you're much more likely to exit your relationship feeling respected and positive about the future.
Because hard feelings and tough decisions are... (Read More)
Oddly enough, the divorce process is going much smoother than you'd expected. You and your ex are communicating without any trouble, there are no hard feelings, and you're getting closer to finalizing the paperwork. It's smooth sailing from here on... (Read More)
Movies and TV make divorce look like a quick and relatively painless process. Sure, there's the initial drama of discovering infidelity or realizing you weren't "meant to be," but after a montage featuring sad music and the finalization of some... (Read More)
Every state in America has different laws regarding the divorce process, and Louisiana is no different. If you've started down the traditional route and are frustrated with the long and often drawn-out process, you might want to consider filing for... (Read More)
So, you and your partner have decided to get a divorce. Now it's just a matter of splitting up your assets, signing some paperwork, and moving on with your life, right? Not so fast.
While it's undoubtedly tempting to rush through the process, if... (Read More)
Following a divorce, loneliness is one of the most common feelings people experience. After spending almost every waking moment with your significant other, including meals, free time, and even sleep, making the transition back to single life can be... (Read More)
Did you know the first business Monday following New Year's Day is considered "Divorce Monday"? Not only that, but for many divorce attorneys, January is considered "Divorce Month." So, what gives?
A report in the Chicago Tribune recently tried... (Read More)