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Are you and your spouse about to embark on a mutually agreed-upon, amicable divorce? Are you both on the same page about such issues as spousal support, division of assets and/or property, and custody? Then you may want to consider mediation, a less costly alternative to divorce.
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Tuesday, 18 June 2013 04:00
A community member recently asked the question of whether narcissistic men, also referred to as a “NARC”, are capable of changing their colors, and the responses from our resident first wives family provided a unified voice on the matter (see below).  Clearly it’s a
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Wednesday, 13 March 2013 12:51
Couples who are somewhat impoverished are causing court chaos by representing themselves in the midst of cutbacks. According to the Daily mail; the recession and upcoming cuts to legal aid are putting immense pressure on family courts as these couples increasingly represent themselves. I will therefore write a little post of pure commentary on this issue as there are repercussions to the recession for sure!Whilst reading this and the talk of immense pressure on the courts, it raised a flag of discomfort and pressure of the couples who are the ones forced to represent themselves without help. There is a new arbitration scheme where there is a process that allows couples a more informal legal setting allowing them to settle out of court by employing expensive specially trained lawyers. A system that will prevent a level of hazard, sure, but one that is very much in favor for the wealthy, and as it is not a common occurrence where money is an easy factor for all couples especially in the area of divorce, the pressure on the courts seems one that has been self influenced in my opinion.
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Thursday, 15 November 2012 08:30
Think there's nothing you can do about an unfair divorce settlement? Think again! Debbie and legal expert Laurie Puhn discuss the little-known facts surrounding renegotiating a divorce settlement. Click the following to return to the a…
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Saturday, 07 July 2012 10:02
Divorce Mediation can be an excellent (and inexpensive) alternative to attorneys. But is mediation right for you? Legal expert Rachel Fishman Green gives Debbie the low-down, detailing real-life…
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Saturday, 23 June 2012 09:56
I'm not one to mince words. If you think I'm talking to you, then decide to be offended or decide that there may be merit to the advice — either way, your child's welfare and happiness is my only real goal in writing this.This&
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Saturday, 07 January 2012 08:36
There are many different styles of lawyering in the divorce world. There are some who subscribe to the slash and burn mentality and others who will settle at any price. Certainly there are many in between. When interviewing attorneys, it's important to choose an attorney who matches your comfort level …
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Sunday, 13 November 2011 07:38
Attorney and accountant Debra Speyer says everyone who gets married should have a prenup even if it's not the most romantic thing in the world. As women marry later in life and go through more than one divorce, they need to protect their assets. To learn more about Debra…
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Saturday, 22 October 2011 10:24
Soon after my husband left, I joined a divorce support group and found it very helpful. A year later, the facilitator stepped down and asked me to help facilitate the group. Emotionally, I was in a much better place then and agreed to help. It…
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Wednesday, 28 September 2011 10:20
The following was recently posted as a blog by a wonderful member on the social network, within which she shares some insightful points about navigating the process of divorce:…
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Wednesday, 21 September 2011 09:26
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