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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Broken Heart Syndrome

Broken Heart Syndrome: A Reality Of Divorce

In a recent posting, the American Heart Association (AHA) addressed the phenomenon of Broken Heart Syndrome. It seems many who’ve never gone through a traumatic episode such as filing divorce papers, feel this is a figure of speech, but as it turns out BHS is very much real and it…

February 28th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Best Pieces of Advice We’ve Ever Heard on Co-Parenting

3 Best Pieces Of Advice We’ve Ever Heard On Co-Parenting

Huffington Post recently asked parents who have filed the divorce papers to weigh in on the must-hear pieces of advice regarding the art of co-parenting. While there were a number of great responses — you can check out several of them here — we wanted to share our three favorites…

February 26th, 2014 Divorce and Children

Seven-Year-Itch May Be Disappearing, Study Shows

According to a new study in the UK, cohabitation may be a bigger help to marriage longevity than previously thought. The findings of the new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal that the odds for filing divorce papers against a spouse have dropped by about one-fifth in…

February 24th, 2014 divorce news
Facebook 'Will Hurt You' in Divorce

Facebook ‘Will Hurt You’ In Divorce, Says Attorney

Putting your life, in all its drama, on Facebook is a questionable practice during relatively normal periods, but it’s an especially bad idea when you use it as a source of emotional ventilation while the divorce papers are still in process. By now, it’s no big mystery that once something…

February 21st, 2014 Divorce Process
Divorce and Tax Time

Divorce And Tax Time: What You Need To Know

Tax season: as if there wasn’t enough to worry about with the simple act of filing divorce papers! Yes, it’s true. A lot can change for you during this rather difficult time, and the changes will come whether you use an attorney or file for an uncontested divorce. Claimants will…

February 19th, 2014 Divorce and Finances
Work Help You Heal from Divorce

Can Work Help You Heal From Divorce? Yes, It Can.

Close to a decade has passed since my decision to file divorce papers. Having caught my ex-wife in an affair, there was a lot of turmoil to deal with as I tried to meet my work obligations while also living under the same roof and walking through all the legalities…

February 17th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Parental Terms for Non-Parental Figures

Parental Terms For Non-Parental Figures: Don’t Do It!

The legal advice site avvo.com often has some terrific interpretations of the law from real attorneys on a number of commonly inquired subjects. Naturally, when the subject turns to divorce forms, things get interesting. Recently, a site user asked if she was being taken advantage of by her husband and…

February 14th, 2014 Divorce and Children
Bad Parent Behaviors During a Divorce

6 Bad Parent Behaviors During A Divorce

While most of the clients we see at iDivorceForms.com have a relationship with minimized conflict, even couples with cases that qualify for online divorce can run afoul. In other words, just because a divorce is uncontested, that doesn’t mean it’s without conflict. Unfortunately, that conflict can spill over onto your…

February 12th, 2014 Divorce and Children
Top Divorce Questions

Top Divorce Questions: What Happens After It’s Final?

Any time you file divorce papers — or have them filed against you — there are going to be a number of questions that arise as to what comes next. While you’re going to encounter a number of “firsts” that no one can prepare you for, it does help to…

February 10th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Ways to Reward Yourself for Surviving Divorce

25 Ways To Reward Yourself For Surviving Divorce

Getting past the divorce forms can be difficult, especially when you’re not taking time to work on you. These 25 ways to reward yourself for surviving the divorce can set you on a clear path to recovery. Shopping spree! (New clothes, books, Blu-ray/media player, movies, music, etc.) Zip-line (Sky-diving works…

February 7th, 2014 Life After Divorce

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