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  • How to Tell Your Children That You’re Getting a Divorce
    How to Tell Your Children That You’re Getting a Divorce

    Making the decision to move forward with a divorce is rarely easy and, if you and your spouse share children, the hard part has only just begun. How you break the news to them will have a profound ...

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  • Is it Okay to Date Before My Divorce is Finalized?
    Is it Okay to Date Before My Divorce is Finalized?

    Now that you and your spouse are beginning process of getting a divorce, it might seem like the appropriate time to get back into the dating scene. After all, you might feel lonely and crave the ...

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  • Understanding the Mission of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
    Understanding the Mission of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    Domestic violence occurs when a person uses violence and manipulation to dominate and control their intimate partner. Statistically, over 10 million men and women are abused by their romantic partners ...

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  • Can I Modify a Child Support Order?
    Can I Modify a Child Support Order?

    A child support order that might have previously worked, might not continue to work as time passes, especially if life has taken some sharp turns that warrant changes. Therefore, it is possible to ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Divorce If You Have Children with Special Needs
    What You Need to Know About Divorce If You Have Children with Special Needs

    Divorce can be extremely complicated for parents who have children with special needs. Even when these spouses have an amicable divorce, there still tends to be many other obstacles they must contend ...

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  • Talking To Your Children About Divorce
    Talking To Your Children About Divorce

    When a couple decides to divorce, one of the most difficult parts is having to tell their children that their parents will be permanently separated from now on. Finding out that their parents will no ...

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