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Should You Stay In Business With an Ex After Divorce · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]  Every married couple’s divorce is different and for every individually different divorce, there are at least two different opinions, stories, and interpretations of how and why the divorce occurred in the first place. Because each divorce is different, each divorce involves its own specific and unique challenges, disagreements, tests, and hopefully at least a few resolutions. One of the most common and challenging hurdles that divorced and or divorcing couples must face exists when the couple jointly operates a business during marriage. Below we will be discussing some potential resolutions, solutions, and compromises that two co-business owners and ex spouses...

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Have No-Fault Divorce Laws Resulted In Less Respect For Marriage? · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]  No-fault divorce laws govern divorce proceedings in every state. Divorce laws were written in California in 1970 in response to divorce lawyers and judges who objected to what they called high conflict as a result of laws during that time. Over the next 40 years, each state jumped on board and eventually rewrote their existing divorce laws using California’s no-fault divorce laws as an example. When there had to be “grounds for divorce” before a couple could divorce the result was a lot of people who wanted a divorce coming up with accusations of bad behavior that was false. Such...

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Is This Really What Divorce Attorneys Think About Their Clients? · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]A bad divorce attorney writes an article about how bad she and other divorce attorneys are? Or, is she projecting her own badness off onto all divorce attorneys?   An article was featured on The Huffington Post Divorce section that stunned me. Why? It is written by a divorce attorney and reveals what some of us have feared divorce attorneys were thinking about their divorcing clients and their responsibility to those clients. In the article, 3 Things You Need to Hear But Your Lawyer Isn’t Telling You the author says “To help you avoid getting stuck in a never-ending divorce, you should...

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Should We Make It Harder To Divorce? · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]Divorce should not be harder to obtain, especially for those who are in danger of physical harm due to domestic abuse. The decision to divorce should not be taken lightly though.     I received a tweet recently from a fellow relationship coach who believes the easier it is to get a divorce, the better. This particular coach has issues with me and her belief that I am of the opinion that divorce should be made “harder.” The word harder is one she has assigned to my opinion that those wanting a divorce should stop and do serious thinking before filing for a...

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