Healing the Scars of an Emotionally Abusive Marriage

by Gabriel Cheong, Esquire Infinity Law Group If you’re going through a divorce, you’re likely focusing on the legal aspects, including dividing up property. But if you’ve suffered emotional abuse during the course of your marriage, understand that it may take time and significant effort to feel good again once the court dates are done. […]

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The Biggest Financial Mistake Women Make in Divorce

By Diane C Pappas, CDFA™ Solutions For Divorce LLC www.SolutionsForDivorce.com Home is where the heart is. We all know that saying and most of us ‘take it to heart’. Your home is the place that you love the most, it is the place filled with your family and your memories and where you feel loved […]

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Challenging The Myths Surrounding Divorce Mediation

By Dr. Lynne Halem, Center for Mediation and Dispute Resolution Myth: Divorce Mediation Only Works When Spouses Can Communicate Well Fact: If that were true, CMDR would be out of business. It is the mediator’s job to facilitate communication between spouses. A skilled mediator can draw out the less communicative party and help him or […]

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College Financial Aid, the FAFSA and Divorce

By Diane C Pappas, CDFA™ Solutions For Divorce LLC www.untyingthefinancialknot.com It’s the new year…time to fill out the FAFSA or Free Application for Federal Student Aid. If your child will be attending college between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017, the 2016-2017 FAFSA is now available on line. Follow this link to the new […]

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How Parents’ Divorce Can Affect Their Adult Kids

Reprinted with permission by Mary W. Quigley, Journalist and Author AARP Blog Difficulties in parents’ relationships have an impact on their adult children, even those living on their own. The influence isn’t always negative. Parents who “try to resolve the conflict instead of carrying it around like baggage for three weeks” teach their children that […]

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Do I Need to Have the Business Valued?

By David H. Goodman MBA, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA In a divorce one of the parties may be self-employed or own a business interest. Often there is a question of whether the business needs to be valued? The business owner may tell their spouse, “the business is worthless … don’t waste your money.” Or a proposal may […]

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