Archive: Year: 2016

Is divorce more common during the holidays?

December 20, 2016

This article was Written by Stephanie M. Bucklin Given the holidays bring added stress from increased travel, financial pressures and family obligations. But do the number of divorces actually peak during the holidays? Julie Brines, an [...]

Why Engaged Couples Should Sign a Prenup

December 16, 2016

This article was originally written by Robert DiGiacomo Although prenuptial agreements are often associated with celebrity couples — and their headline-generating divorces — they’re not just for boldface names. Any couple who brings [...]

When Parents Divorce

December 13, 2016

To children, those fateful words can mean a range of things, depending on their age. A baby or toddler won’t understand them at all but may pick up on your somber tone and be confused or frightened by it; an older child may worry that she’ll [...]

“You’ve Been Served!” 5 Ways To Serve Someone In a Divorce

December 07, 2016

Five Out-of-the-Box Ways to Serve Someone Divorce Papers If you find yourself dealing with a partner that is making the service of the divorce paperwork difficult, you might want to consider getting a little creative in order to catch them [...]