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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Men Who Cheat

Men Who Cheat: It’s Sexual Impulse That Drives Them, Not Lack Of Self-Control

A new Texas divorce study out of Texas A&M University has determined that men cheat more than women, not because of a lack of self-control, but more because they have stronger sexual impulses than their female counterparts. If you’re like us, you’re probably thinking: How Do They Know?  Well, we’ve…

September 30th, 2013 Marriage Issues & Tips
Ways Divorce Can Influence College Financial Aid

4 Ways Divorce Can Influence College Financial Aid

If you’re the parent of a college-age student, then you are probably familiar with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Nothing new here. But if you’ve recently finalized divorce papers, there very well may be. Divorce changes how the FAFSA analyzes income for potential student aid, and the…

September 27th, 2013 Divorce and Children
California Divorce Trends up Thanks to Improved Housing Market

California Divorce Trends Up Thanks To Improved Housing Market

For most of the last five years, the housing market has been in the doldrums across the country, and that has produced what some would call an unexpected downturn in the filing of divorce papers. But now that home values are rebounding and interest rates remain low, more couples are…

September 25th, 2013 California Divorce, Divorce and Finances
Defining Marital Property

Defining Marital Property: More Than Meets The Eye

Getting an uncontested divorce can be a simple and effective way to bring about the dissolution of your marriage. And while it can certainly speed along the process as a whole, there is one area where you want to slow down and take your time because it will ultimately determine…

September 23rd, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Process
Major Mistakes People Make in a Divorce

Top 5 Major Mistakes People Make In A Divorce

Florida divorce attorney Steve Kramer out of the Kramer Law Firm in Orlando has seen it all when it comes to bad divorce behavior. Specializing in dissolution cases, he shares the top five mistakes that most people make when filing. While many of these seem common sense, the thing to…

September 20th, 2013 Marriage Issues & Tips
Money You Should Withdraw When Filing Divorce Papers

How Much Money Should You Withdraw When Filing Divorce Papers?

A recent article on Forbes brought to life a nuanced-but-very important aspect of filing divorce papers. Exactly how much money should you withdraw if you have plans (or you feel your spouse may have plans) to bring about the dissolution of your marriage? This is a very important question to…

September 18th, 2013 Divorce and Finances
Own A Company And File Divorce Papers

What Happens When You Own A Company And File Divorce Papers?

Building a successful business can be very challenging work. Keeping it that way when you or your spouse are ready to file divorce papers can be even tougher. That’s why today we’re turning to Melissa Gragg, a Missouri divorce valuation expert with Bridge Valuation Partners, for some advice on how…

September 16th, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Process
Child Custody in a Texas Divorce

Child Custody In A Texas Divorce

Working out custody arrangements for your kids requires an understanding of state law. Whether you’re going to court with your ex or you’re opting for an uncontested divorce, it is important for your own peace of mind to know what the legalities are ahead of time. And you’ll learn right…

September 13th, 2013 Divorce and Children
Date Night Florida

Date Night Florida: A Campaign To Lower The Divorce Rate Takes Off

Most states understand that the devolution of the nuclear family can pose problems for children and society at large. The ideal scenario for anyone who has ever contemplated marriage is to meet the love of their life, get married, have children, and stay together forever, not fall out of love…

September 11th, 2013 Marriage Issues & Tips
Texas Divorce Case Puts Immigration Law in Spotlight

Texas Divorce Case Puts Little-Known Immigration Law In Spotlight

A little-known immigration law has moved front-and-center following a Texas divorce case that could end up seeing a US citizen supporting his Mexico-born wife at 125 percent of the poverty level. Steve Summers married Evangelina Zapata and signed an affidavit vowing to support her so that she would not become…

September 9th, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Texas Divorce

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