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February 2015 Archives

New divorce coping method involves guns and marriage memorabilia

4898229_S.jpgOur post earlier this week focused on finding healthy ways to cope with the changes brought about by divorce and child custody disputes. Many divorcees choose to seek therapy for themselves and their children. Some find support in members of their church or from close friends.

The difficulty of adapting to the changes that come with divorce

19503714_S.jpgWhile change is a necessary part of life, it can be the hardest thing for humans to do. This is one of the reasons that divorce tends to be so difficult for all members of the family. When mom and dad's marital status changes, kids may find that their living arrangements change with it.

The devastating effects of parental alienation syndrome: Part II

Thumbnail image for 7221800_S.jpgEarlier this week, we began a discussion about parental alienation syndrome (PAS), sometimes referred to as just parental alienation. It is an increasingly recognized problem associated with acrimonious divorces and child custody disputes. It should be noted, however, that divorce and custody disputes are not the only scenarios that can lead to PAS, nor are all acrimonious family law disputes considered PAS.

The devastating effects of parental alienation syndrome: Part I

21089419_S.jpgWhen a couple is headed for divorce or is in the midst of one, it is understandable that the two spouses will be prone to heated arguments, accusations and unkind words. Couples with children usually try to shield their kids from witnessing these arguments because they don't want to put their children through the emotional and psychological trauma that parental conflict can create.

Gray divorce: Protecting the retirement benefits of each spouse

18085861_S.jpgGetting divorced as a relatively young couple has its hardships and risks. This includes disputes over child custody. Individuals who are just beginning their careers may also have a difficult time affording their current lifestyle without their spouse's added income.

Tax season can get complicated by divorce and custody: Part II

9185790_S.jpgIn our last post, we began a discussion about tax complications that can arise after a divorce or child custody case. Perhaps you have filed taxes the same way for years and now have questions about deductions, dependent credits and other issues. Perhaps you are not used to filing taxes on your own because your spouse always took care of financial matters.

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