Monthly Archives: December 2016

5 Tips For Successful Co-Parenting

Research tells us that over 1 million children in the U.S. are affected by divorce each year. A successful divorce, for lack of a better term, can be viewed as one in which the...
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Divorcing Couple Fought Over World Series Tickets

For the first time in 71 years, the Chicago Cubs made it back to the World Series. To illustrate how passionate Cubs fans are about seeing the (possibly) once-in-a-lifetime event, consider this: One woman...
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A Crash Course in Alimony

Chris Rock stunned audience members at the New York Comedy Festival recently when he took the stage and gave an impromptu stand-up performance. “When you see me on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ remember that...

What Happens During Discovery?

The “discovery” component of a divorce is typically one of the most time-consuming aspects of the process – but it’s also one of its most critical parts. Discovery at a Glance The goal of...
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Why Not To Get Married On Your “Lucky Day”

A first-of-its-kind study has found that couples who choose gimmick dates for their weddings (Valentine’s Day, unique number dates like 09/9/99 or “lucky number” dates) are more likely to divorce than are their peers...