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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Movie Watching Cuts Divorce Rate In Half, Study Indicates

Afraid your marriage might be heading toward the divorce papers? Watch a movie! According to a new study from the University of Rochester, divorce rates could be cut in half by a couple watching a movie and then discussing character relationships afterward. Quoting lead author and associate professor Ronald Rogge,…

January 31st, 2014 divorce news

Can Your Marriage Survive A Good Economy?

For a number of couples now opting to file divorce forms, the answer to the question presented in the title of this piece is no. According to a recent study originating out of the University of Maryland, rates are on the rise because couples can finally afford to call it…

January 29th, 2014 How to File for Divorce
Alone Time

Alone Time: The 6 Best Activities For Learning To Love It

Perhaps the hardest part of getting a divorce — whether contested or uncontested divorce — is learning to be alone again. Your spouse may have driven you crazy, but they did keep you from being alone, and so when you’re first greeted with alone time after the divorce is final,…

January 27th, 2014 Life After Divorce
How Uncontested Divorce Can Be Easier Late in Life

How Uncontested Divorce Can Be Easier Late In Life

Daryl Dragon and Toni Tennille, the music couple known as “The Captain & Tennille,” recently split up after 39 years of marriage. Tennille filed divorce forms through her attorney. The group’s smash hit “Love Will Keep Us Together” paid the bills for many years, and now it’s assisting in legal…

January 24th, 2014 Divorce Process

Red States Vs. Blue States: Who Divorces More?

A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin has indicated that in the analysis of statistics surrounding the frequency of finalized divorce papers, red states are more apt to call it quits as opposed to blue states. The study, entitled, “Red States, Blue States, and…

January 22nd, 2014 divorce news
Caught in an Angry Marriage

Are You Caught In An Angry Marriage?

Recently Huffington Post’s Linda Esposito, a practicing psychotherapist in Los Angeles, identified the reasons that most couples stay in angry marriages rather than filing divorce papers. Surprisingly, it’s a phenomenon that is quite common. You may even know someone, who is always fighting with their spouse, and you don’t understand…

January 20th, 2014 Marriage Issues & Tips
Divorce at 50 and Beyond

Divorce At 50 And Beyond: Why It’s Tougher To Minimize Conflict

Numerous studies have pointed to an increase in divorce papers being filed by individuals 50 years and older. It’s not uncommon to see couples, who have been together 25 years or longer calling it quits. In fact, while many experts agree that the divorce (and marriage) rate has fallen, the…

January 17th, 2014 Divorce Information
Co-Parenting vs. Competing Parents

Co-Parenting Vs. Competing Parents: How To Avoid Combat Situations That Hurt Your Child

If you and your spouse have agreed to a low-conflict online divorce, then you stand a very good chance of being able to co-parent effectively. While attorneys can be helpful for high-dispute environments, they can’t mend the riffs that arise when a divorce goes to trial. If children are involved,…

January 15th, 2014 Divorce and Children
Simple Strategies for Energizing Your Post-Divorce Life

4 Simple Strategies For Energizing Your Post-Divorce Life

In the aftermath of your divorce — whether it’s an online divorce or something more combative — you might find yourself dealing with a lot of negative emotions. It’s easy to second-guess yourself when something doesn’t go right, but if you continue to do so, you’ll fall into an endless…

January 13th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Baloney Divorce Myth No. 1: It Takes Two

Baloney Divorce Myth No. 1: It Takes Two

Even in low-conflict online divorce cases, we see a lot of clients who beat themselves up with feelings of failure once the marriage is over. When two people stand up in front of family and friends and make a vow to stay married for the rest of their lives, “till…

January 10th, 2014 Divorce Information

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