Monthly Archives: November 2015

Dating and the Divorced Single Parent

For the divorced parent, the decision to begin dating again is a tricky one. Not only do you have to determine if you are personally ready to get romantically involved with someone else, but children have a way of complicating matters. It can be extremely difficult for children to accept...

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The Rise of the #Divorceselfie

It seems a bit odd at first: “Our divorce was just finalized. Let’s take a selfie!” Perplexing as it may be, it’s a trend that is sweeping Instagram. Called an “uncoupled” selfie, partners are taking a smiling picture together in the courthouse where their divorce is completed, and adding the...

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Paternity Test Reveals Twins Have Different Dads

It is very rare, but it happens: it is possible for twins to have different fathers. Recently, for only the third time in the US, a judge ruled that a man was only legally required to pay child support for one twin. The other twin did not share his DNA...

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Do You Suspect Your Ex-Spouse Is Treating Your Child Badly?

Divorce is a tough time for all parties involved. It can be a stressful and time consuming experience for the splitting couple. Couples have to figure out how to fairly divide possessions, money, and businesses, if applicable, while dealing with the emotional turmoil of losing their spouse. If there are...

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Social Security and Divorce

Older Americans going through a divorce will be advised by their lawyer on how their Social Security benefits will be affected by their divorce.  However, those who divorced years ago may not have received this information, and as a result, may not be receiving all the benefits they deserve. Some...

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