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Fears co-parents tend to share

Nearly 100 years ago, Franklin Roosevelt insisted that the only thing that the American people had to fear is fear itself. That observation tends to ring true when applied to many issues in life. Certainly, one can justify numerous fears that extend beyond the core issue of fear itself. However, when determining how to move forward in healthy and productive ways, fear itself does tend to manifest as one’s greatest obstacle.

Divorce, retirement and you

No matter how old you are, if you are currently navigating a divorce, it is time to start thinking about your retirement. The ways in which you and your attorney opt to approach issues of property division during your divorce process will almost certainly impact your retirement years. Especially if you have been married for a few years or more, your property division settlement should be approached with some consideration towards your retirement years.

Looking forward to the positives of life after divorce - Part II

In our last post, we began a discussion about altering one’s perception of the divorce process in order to see the positive opportunities it provides instead of simply the stresses it tends to inspire. There is absolutely nothing wrong with feeling and reacting to divorce-related stresses. However, it is also important to keep the positive aspects of the process in mind while navigating the present and preparing for the future. This perspective shift can help you gather strength and wisdom from this transitional period in your life.

Looking forward to the positives of life after divorce - Part I

We frequently write about the challenges traditionally associated with the divorce process. There is no question that the divorce process tends to be physically, mentally and emotionally trying. However, it is important to reflect upon the reality that pursuing a divorce often leads to a brighter, happier and healthier future. Especially when individuals are willing to view this process as a transition between one phase of life and the next, instead of as a failure of some sort, divorce can act as a catalyst for a happier and healthier existence.

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