3 Tips for Handling Divorce Anxiety

There are many reasons why divorce is stressful. For starters, parents face the anxiety that they will lose quality time with their children. Divorce also leads to uncertainty, possible financial implications and social changes. Researchers have mad...

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Divorce,Family Law

5 Benefits of Seeking Therapy During & After Your Divorce

The process of divorce isn’t easy. In the throes of it, you may feel overwhelmed and wonder if you’ll ever be okay again. While divorce might be the best decision for you and your spouse, you’ll need to take extra care when it comes ...

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Divorce

Overcoming Common Co-Parenting Issues After a Divorce

Divorce is an emotional and confusing time for your children. After your divorce, effective co-parenting is critical for their wellbeing. You and your ex-spouse will need to use patience and problem-solving to ensure you’re able to work toget...

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What Is an Ad Litem?

When child custody matters become complex, the court sometimes appoints a professional called an ad litem to protect the interests of that child. Although they’re most commonly appointed in cases involving children, ad litems also represent adults ...

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Child Custody,Divorce

How Is Debt Divided in a Texas Divorce?

According to a 2018 study, the average American has more than $38,000 worth of debt. With the recent pandemic and economic challenges our country faces, experts estimate that the number has increased significantly in 2020. So, what does that mean for...

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Understanding the Different Types of Child Custody & Visitation

During a divorce with children, you and your ex-spouse must reach a custody agreement. If you and your ex cannot create an agreement on your own, the court will decide what type of child custody is best for your child, as well as any applicable visi...

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