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Stop My Divorce - The 2 Things You Must Avoid to Achieve Success

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 Christine B. Fortune (September 16, 2008)  If your marriage is in trouble and you want to save it, you've probably been crying out inside, “Stop my divorce!" The first thing you should know is that no marriage is beyond help. Any relationship can be saved. You just have to want it badly enough. You also have to follow the right steps to save it. Fortunately, there is a proven, effective plan for marriage success out .. (Divorce)

Divorce Considerations - What You Should Know

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 M Rhiane (September 16, 2008)  Getting a divorce entails a whole deal of procedure. Thus, here are a couple of things that you should know: Money Hire the services of a financial planner. A financial planner is a professional who can help you out with your previous and current expenses and financial status. A few reminders would be for you to ensure that all your assets are liquid, consider traveler's checks, issue a . (Divorce)

Divorce Tips - Starting the Healing Process

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 M Rhiane (September 16, 2008)  After your life gets turned upside down by a painful divorce, it's not healthy to remain hurt and angry all the time. There's more to life than a failed marriage and to help you see that, there are some tips you can find in this article that will get you back on your strong, happy feet as quickly as possible. Many people who have gone through the same traumatic experience you're going .. (Divorce)

Stop Your Divorce and Save Your Marriage Fast

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 Nicusor Valentin Prefac (September 16, 2008)  The issue of divorce continues to be a much debated matter. Many people think that it should be legalized because one should be given the right to be free after a failed marriage. On the other hand, people who believe in the sanctity of marriage will definitely dispute this and say that a couple who commit themselves to marriage must stand by this decision, and make it work no matter .. (Divorce)

3 Reasons Why Some Divorce Proceedings Drag on For Years

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 M Rhiane (September 15, 2008)  The only time any divorce proceeding can actually conclude at the earliest time possible is when divorcing partners agree to an uncontested divorce - and those instances come rarely enough. Proceedings like so do not conclude quickly. This is definitely not something you could do during your lunch break. For one thing, there is that standard requirement of a year's separation agreement .. (Divorce)

Alimony in the Divorce Process

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 Joseph Devine (September 15, 2008)  A divorce is usually a last resort in attempt to fix broken hearts, rectify emotional distress, and discover, if only, a sliver of peace of mind.  And while the process of change can be a very difficult road to go down, it is all too often the case that moving on, and determining the circumstances under which change can happen, is the most laborious task of all.   Alimony was a very .. (Divorce)

Dearly Beloved

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 Karin Steyn (September 14, 2008)  Wedding days are special and memorable days. Brides plan their extraordinary day in the finest detail. There are so many things to do and consider for this day: the venue, décor designers, dress, choice of flowers, guest list, photographer . . . right through to the smallest and seemingly least important thing (if there is something that can be considered trivial when planning a .. (Divorce)

3 Things I Wish Someone Told Me About Divorce

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 M Rhiane (September 13, 2008)  Divorce was really the last thing on my mind. And yet here I am, battle-scarred and free from the restraints of a married life. However, it isn't as peachy as I thought it would be. Undergoing divorce proceedings is a learning process that I was ill-equipped for. Now I have to deal with the aftermath of the battle. Here are some things that I wish someone told me before I got the .. (Divorce)

Thinking of Divorce? Think of the Children As Well!

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 M Rhiane (September 13, 2008)  Divorce is hard enough on the separating couples, but it can come down even harder on the children. It does not matter whether your kids are grown up, or in their teens, or at a very young age - divorce can cause them emotional upheavals as well, and some of these will be carried for life. One reason for the onset of emotional baggage like so is that kids do not understand what .. (Divorce)

Peaceful Divorce Does it Exist?

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 Joseph Devine (September 03, 2008)  When you think about a divorce, the first thing that anyone thinks about is fighting and feuding between a married couple. Divorce has always had a bad connotation to it because it is ending a marriage because of differences that the couple cannot work through. There are many different types of divorces that you could choose to have with your spouse. Divorces can be a bitter and .. (Divorce)

Protecting Yourself Financially During Divorce

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 Joseph Devine (September 02, 2008)  Divorce is probably one of the more stressful things in life that an individual must go through. It can be devastating not only emotionally, but also psychologically and financially. There are several things that an individual can do to protect him or herself financially at the very least. Most of the following are simple changes that must be made, but that are often overlooked. Keep .. (Divorce)

Filing For Divorce - When and How to Make Such a Decision

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 M Rhiane (August 25, 2008)  One doesn't decide to file for divorce overnight. It isn't a trivial idea that you can come up with in a matter of hours. There must be a solid ground for such a decision. Below are some of the significant reasons for you to contemplate on: The intensity of your emotional preparedness. You may be too angry now or too overwhelmed by the pain in your heart. But you must realize that .. (Divorce)

Stop Divorce Now - Immediate Attention Can Stop Your Divorce and Fix a Marriage

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 Syd McKeever (August 25, 2008)  Immediate action on your pat can stop divorce.   If you want to stop your divorce, there is no reason to delay another split-second prior to doing something productive.   Those who've tried to fix a marriage using the right methods have been incredibly successful.   They also have one thing in common-they took action. First, let's go over something simple but amazingly important for . (Divorce)

Stop Your Divorce Dead in Its Tracks - Two Things You Must Do to Fix a Marriage

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 Syd McKeever (August 25, 2008)  There are two things you must do immediately in order to stop your divorce. If you get the ball rolling now, you can fix a marriage-even one that appears headed straight for divorce court. Let's look at these two prerequisites for saving your relationship. The first is incredibly obvious. It's so obvious in fact, that you'd think it doesn't deserve mentioning. It does, though, because .. (Divorce)

You Can Stop a Divorce - Don't Underestimate Your Power to Save Your Marriage

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 Syd McKeever (August 25, 2008)  Five simple words for you:  You can stop a divorce.   Period.   Remember them.   If you're worried about your marriage, you need to know that you can save it from death in a courtroom.   Don't underestimate your power to save your marriage. That might seem ridiculous to you at the moment.   You had a vision for a certain kind of marriage and things just haven't worked out.   The . (Divorce)

Looser Divorce Laws May Improve the Quality of Marriages

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 Joseph Devine (August 25, 2008)  Marriage is a beautiful life-changing event that takes place in the lives of two individuals. The fact that two complete strangers can find each other and connect on such a deep level that they become family with one another is a gift beyond reality. It is truly a miracle. However, this doesn't always happen according to plan. As circumstances change, our ability to adapt to new .. (Divorce)

Do You Want to Stop a Divorce? Good News For Troubled Marriages

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 Syd McKeever (August 25, 2008)  Do you want to stop a divorce? Here's some good news for anyone experiencing marital difficulties. If you take the right approach, you can save your marriage. Obviously, things are tough right now and you're wondering if there's any realistic way that you can save your marriage. Even though you're dealing with a very difficult and emotionally draining situation right now, you should .. (Divorce)

Where Do You Turn For Solid Divorce Information?

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 Jon Arnold (August 25, 2008)  No one likes to think they will ever need divorce information. After all, marriages are supposed to last forever. But reality tells us that over 50% of marriages end in divorce. While some couples can easily agree on the divorce and can speed up the process, others can drag it out for a very long time. Generally speaking, when children are not part of the divorce, things will go a lot .. (Divorce)

You Can Prevent Divorce - Good News For Those in Troubled Marriages

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 Syd McKeever (August 25, 2008)  Things might seem horrible right now, but you can prevent divorce. If you want to save your marriage, the opportunity is there. Consider this good news for those dealing with troubled marriages. Your marriage is in trouble and it feels horrible. Promises unfulfilled. Potential squandered. That special connection between you and your spouse feels like it's fading fast. You might be .. (Divorce)

Victimhood - The Curse of Divorce Recovery

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 Shelley Stile (August 25, 2008)  Feeling or labeling yourself a victim of your divorce is one of the most disastrous moves you can make. It will prevent you from moving forward into a new life. Victimhood renders you powerless. To create a new life after your divorce takes a person who is fully responsible for their past, present and future. Being responsible means having control over one's life and that is what it .. (Divorce)

Divorce Tips For Women

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 M Rhiane (August 23, 2008)  During divorce court proceedings, the spouses involved can feel betrayed and very angry. Wives, more than the husbands, tend to put more emotions into the battle, most probably because women are known to be more emotional than men. It is because of this difference that women often place them selves at disadvantageous positions in divorce battles, usually coming unprepared and .. (Divorce)

Divorce Strategies For Men Dont Get Left With Nothing

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 Mark J Thompson (August 14, 2008)  While going through a divorce, men have a variety of issues to deal with. Some of these include child custody, division of assets, and child support as well as the normal stresses of a divorce. The research and study of divorce laws indicate many important facts such as, over eighty five percent of divorces that are filed are done by women. Most women file for divorce because they are .. (Divorce)

Divorce Tips For Women - What Every Woman Should Know

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 Mark J Thompson (August 04, 2008)  Going through a divorce can be a straining and emotionally draining time. It is important, especially as a woman, to make sure that everything is in order before any of the divorce proceedings begin. Divorcing a spouse is a difficult time as it is and you do not want to make matters worse by being unaware of the legal actions that can be taken against you. It can be crucial for a .. (Divorce)

The Bare Truth About Divorce

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 Harry Lewis (August 03, 2008)  Basically there are two reasons for divorce which can be pointed out in the court . They are either divorce on fault grounds or no fault grounds divorce. Nevertheless, the true and less apparent reasons for a couple decision to divorce are often more interesting to study. It is easier to see the reasons behind fault based divorce. Since evidence must be presented to the judge in order .. (Divorce)

How a Restraining Order Can Affect Your Divorce and Your Future

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 Howard Iken (August 02, 2008)  A typical day in Florida courts: A couple is at the end of their rope and starts to consider divorce. Both spouses begin to think about things they never bothered with before. How can I get the house to myself? How can I make sure I win custody of the children? After seeking advice from friends, lawyers, and Internet sources, they quickly realize how to score an early win: by filing a .. (Divorce)

3 Ways to Stop a Divorce

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 James Fargo (August 01, 2008)  While many people will give you various advice on ways to stop a divorce there is a good way to test if the advice is any good. Does this advice help in the long term or short term? Does this advice come from a base of love and compassion of trickery and deceit? These are the factors that you can use to filter the real solutions from the chaff. Why people offer advice that is short .. (Divorce)

Divorce Strategies For Women - Win the Settlement You Deserve

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 Mark J Thompson (August 01, 2008)  Divorcing a spouse can be an extremely difficult time and it is even more difficult to go through alone. No one expects a divorce to come into their lives, but sadly, it can at any time. It is important to be educated on the legal matters that can come up as well as being prepared both mentally and financially. This of course, is easier said than done and so, there are many divorce .. (Divorce)

Serious About Stopping a Divorce? Proven Tips to Help You

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 Mark J Thompson (July 30, 2008)  Sadly, when the option of divorce comes up, there is not much you can do legally to prevent it. Generally, once the papers are issued, the only way to resolve to the problem is through the couple themselves. This is not always the easiest thing as the choice for divorce is often a last resort. Many people may feel that their relationship has hit a dead end and there is nothing they can .. (Divorce)

What Everybody Should Know About Divorce Settlement Guidelines

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 Mark J Thompson (July 30, 2008)  Dealing with all of the emotional problems a divorce can cause, as well as all of the legal terminology can get confusing and messy. Although sadly, many couples face the problems of divorce, each case is unique and courts have to follow certain guidelines when coming to an agreement on the divorce settlement. Each case is different and needs special consideration based on income, .. (Divorce)

Save Your Relationship, Win Back the Heart of Your Ex

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 Dominique Sicari (July 30, 2008)  I use to think that love is the way you make it but I don't want to be there when you decide to break it, love bites. Been dumped? You relationship is over? You are hurting so much that you can't even think? Come pick it up. What if I told you that there is a way to get your ex back. This guy will take you by the hand and show you the steps to take in order to get your loved one back .. (Divorce)

Steps to Divorce Financial Planning

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 Mortin Powell (July 29, 2008)  You may have discussed with the marriage counseling to help maintain the nuptial knot, but nothing seems to solve the problem. Divorce only, looks inevitable. So now, finally you and your spouse are discussing its possibility. Like for anything, planning is an essential part for any divorce settlement. Divorcing couples usually face a major change in their personal financial .. (Divorce)

Websites Keep Divorced Or Separated Parents Informed and Minimize Conflict

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 Charles Jamieson (July 29, 2008)  For about the same price as one large cup of coffee per week, separated or divorced parents can communicate and co-manage their child's schedule without ever having to talk to each other. A growing list of Internet-based subscription services allow parents to enter and update their child's schedule enabling each party to access the information at any time. Thus, parents who prefer not .. (Divorce)

Incompatibility Issues That Can Lead to a Divorce

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 Danielle L. Taylor (July 28, 2008)  No one wants to think about divorce, but the truth is that it happens. There are many different things that work against a marriage and send it on the fast track to the divorce attorney's office. If differences in thoughts and feelings are large enough, two people can quickly go from in love to in the middle of a painful divorce. Here is some information on incompatibility issues that .. (Divorce)

Benefits of Online Divorce Forums and Tips For Choosing the Best One

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 Danielle L. Taylor (July 28, 2008)  Today it's possible to quickly connect with thousands of likeminded people right from home via the internet and through the many online divorce support forums on the web. If you want to remain completely anonymous and disclose all of the gory details of your divorce, you have the chance to do so, or, you also have the option of using your real name and deciding how much about yourself .. (Divorce)

It Pays to Negotiate in a Divorce

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 Andrew Woolley (July 28, 2008)  How much will it cost? and How long will it take?, surely the questions most frequently heard by lawyers involved in divorce proceedings and, frustratingly for lawyers and clients alike, the answer is invariably uncertain. Recent changes in the law however have meant that, certainly in respect of cost, it should be easier to predict. If a client and lawyer together embrace the .. (Divorce)

Retiring Gracefully Pension Treatment on Divorce

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 Andrew Woolley (July 28, 2008)  Just eight per cent of divorce settlements fully consider the assets of a spouses pension fund. This article explains how to make pensions count in any divorce settlement. There are no hard and fast rules regarding your financial rights in the breakdown of a relationship. There will often be a range of possible solutions to dividing the assets, and it could be that a couple comes to .. (Divorce)

Display Your Childrens Photos During Divorce Settlement Work

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 Mary Wollard (July 28, 2008)  Whether you are working with an attorney, a mediator, or on your own, a divorce settlement can be an emotional and overwhelming experience. It's easy to get so caught up in how the details of a settlement will affect you, that you forget about how they will affect your children. An easy way to assure that your children remain the main focus of all your divorce work is to bring photos .. (Divorce)

5 Things You Must Know Before Getting a Divorce

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 Festus Kofe (July 26, 2008)  Most of us wake up one day to find out that the marriage we have built is now crumbling before our very eyes. You have done your best possible to keep the marriage going but all efforts have failed and now you want to get a divorce fast. But, you are not familiar with the process. What do you do? You should know right away that the process of getting a divorce can be difficult if you do . (Divorce)

How to Manage a Contested Divorce

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 Matt O'Connell (July 26, 2008)  A contested divorce is basically one where both parties are unable to come to an agreement about terms. This could be because of children or property. When dealing with this type of divorce it is important to have a strategy or have a set of tactics that can assist you in getting through a contested divorce. Keep in mind that these types of divorces can last two years or more depending .. (Divorce)

Do it Yourself Divorce For Men

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 Matt O'Connell (July 24, 2008)  Getting married doesn't usually include the out plan. However, more than 50% of all marriages end up in divorce. A Lawyer is really are only needed when there is something contested or when children are involved. This is because there are things that must be legally decided on when it comes to custody of children, child support, and visitation and of course someone to assist in .. (Divorce)

Children Suffer From Divorce

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 Tian Tila (July 24, 2008)  Divorce is stressful for parents and kids alike. Children often get caught up in conflicts between parents. The children are forced to constantly witness angry and abusive fights. One of parent's greatest concerns is how divorce will affect their children. In fact, the marital relationship has far reaching ramifications for children, extended families, friends and others. The following .. (Divorce)

Floridas New Best Interest of the Child Factors

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 Pamela S. Wynn (July 24, 2008)  Florida's “best interest" of children factors will change on October 1, 2008. Notice the clear emphasis on demonstrating parenting behaviors and a history of meeting the child's needs. Keeping children away from the divorce case is another area that is now clearly spelled out in the law. Here are the new factors: (a) The demonstrated capacity & disposition of each parent to .. (Divorce)

Divorce Help Deciding If Divorce Counseling Can Help You

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 Danielle L. Taylor (July 24, 2008)  When you're going through a divorce or have already gone through one, you will naturally be upset and hurt. However, there comes a point when you get so low that it becomes necessary to determine whether or not you need help in dealing with the situation. Divorce counseling is a valuable resource for many people and this article discusses tips and advice on deciding if divorce .. (Divorce)

Is it a Forceful Divorce?

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 Neelam Pandey (July 24, 2008)  It happens many a times, while signing the divorce papers also, our mind remains parted about the right and the wrong. Why? Because we still love that person or at some corner of our heart or we know that the person still loves us. When does this conflict arise? And even after sitting in two boats, we don't try to stabilize ourselves. Rather we try to leave both the boats and fall in .. (Divorce)

Stepping Back How to Save Marriage From Divorce

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 Mark J Thompson (July 23, 2008)  Many of us believe that after getting a divorce is suggested, there is no way out of it. While there is little you can do to stop the legal process, there is a lot you can do to convince the person you are still interested in the relationship and get them to rethink the divorce. Although divorce can be an emotionally stressful time, it does not signal the end of everything and you can .. (Divorce)

The 5 Golden Rules Divorce Advice For Women

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 Mark J Thompson (July 23, 2008)  Even the mention of divorce can bring shudders to a person. Going through a divorce can be a stressful and emotionally draining time for women. Having to go through all legal proceedings can be overwhelming and leave many women feeling hopeless and with no one to turn to. It may also be very difficult to find someone you trust and are willing to take advice from. The truth is, the best .. (Divorce)

How Do You Determine Who Gets What in Your Divorce?

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 Carl Hughes (July 23, 2008)  There are many things you need to consider when getting a divorce. There are various stages you need to go through if you are to have everything done in such a way that you do not have issues later on. One of the things you need to figure out is how to divide the property in such a way that everyone gets what they are entitled to and everything is done in a fair and equitable manner. .. (Divorce)

Healing Your Wounds and Moving on With the Best Divorce Songs

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 Franz Bonaparta (July 23, 2008)  Divorce is one of the saddest things that could ever happen to a person's life. Although it remains one of the real possibilities in any marriage, it is also one of the most painful processes couples go through. Good thing there is music to soothe the soul of any divorcee! It may not actually help put the marriage back together (especially without the effort of those involved) but the .. (Divorce)

Your Rights As a Father During a Divorce

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 Matt O'Connell (July 23, 2008)  Up until recently if a couple with children divorced, provided the mother was fit to take care of the children, custody almost always went to the mother with the father holding only visitation rights and of course paying child support. Thankfully, the rights of fathers have started to change and both parents are now looked at as being fit to care and provide for children and their .. (Divorce)

Divorced Families Make a Virtual Connection With Your Children

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 Pamela S. Wynn (July 23, 2008)  Divorce laws are finally recognizing what social science research has known for decades. Children with two involved parents do better in life. It is the involvement, not the location, of the parent that is important. Staying involved when circumstances separate you from your children is critically important to your child's well-being. Divorced, separated and traveling parents have more .. (Divorce)




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