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Substance Abuse And Divorce: What You Need To Know

by Pat McGraw Photo via Pixabay by Unsplash Substance abuse affects millions of Americans every year, in many different ways. One of the most common issues for married individuals who battle addiction is divorce, or the threat of it, and unfortunately the problems don’t go away even if the sufferer manages to get successful treatment. […]

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Savings $$$$ When Facing Divorce — Financial Statements

By Anthony Adamopoulos, Esquire DivorcingOptions.com In my over 25 years of helping people facing divorce, I have seen, in almost every divorce, a reoccurring client decision that results in wasting hundreds, and sometimes, thousands of dollars. What is that decision? The decision not to read and follow the court’s instructions on how to complete the […]

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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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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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Important Considerations When Facing Divorce

By Anthony Adamopoulos, Esquire DivorcingOptions.com Because people often wait until “after the holidays” to make the Decision to divorce, February is Divorce Month. Since it is such an important Decision, I have put together this post on important considerations. If someone facing divorce comes to you, I hope this article will help. First Step – […]

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A Change to Paternity Forms

By Karen M. Buckley, Esq. www.attorneykarenbuckley.com In July, 2015, the Probate and Family Court issued a revision to the forms relating to paternity, specifically forms CJD 106, Complaint to Establish Paternity, and CJD 109, Complaint for Custody-Support-Parenting Time pursuant to G.L.c. 209C. These new forms now contain a request for Custody and Parenting Time, as […]

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The Fear of Being Alone

By Pauline Robertson – Certified Divorce Coach Going through a divorce can bring up many emotions: feelings of betrayal, hurt, sadness, anger, bitterness. One of the biggest emotions can be the fear of being alone! How am I going to run my household financially? What can I do for a career, not having worked out […]

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