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It used to be that parents were the ones counseling kids to have pre-nups and not be silly romantics. But these days with 500,000 new marriages a year between couples over the age of 65, it's more likely that it's the adult kids of divorce&
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Tuesday, 09 November 2010 07:43
Determining the best alternative for financing a child's education is often a daunting task even for married couples. For divorced families, the task becomes even more complex.In cases involving divorce, not only can there be differing&
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Monday, 25 October 2010 21:01
Turning your financial situation around after your divorce takes discipline and smarts, but the most important move is always the first step. But like anything in life, especially with the travails of…
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Friday, 01 October 2010 09:01
Being involved with your ex in-laws is almost inevitable when your children are small. As the children grow older, it's still in your best interest as a divorced mother to…
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Thursday, 09 September 2010 11:09
Kids are often traumatized when their parents go through divorce — the divorce, after all, isn’t just happening to the adults, it’s happening to the entire family. Kids deserve hearing the truth from their parents about …
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Thursday, 26 August 2010 05:14
The very concept of your ex's other children can be enormously challenging, whether it is a newborn or adult children with their own children and careers. The first time you see them, or learn of their existence, you may be flooded with strange and unfamiliar emotions. The fact that they hold some kind of place in&
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Wednesday, 18 August 2010 00:07
My parents divorced when I was three, so my memories of that period are fuzzy to say the least. I don't remember my mother telling me she was divorcing my father, nor the day he moved out.In fact, my two earliest memories are both dreams. In one, my mother died, and I cried as I watched her body&
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Wednesday, 04 August 2010 19:22
So you're ready for a solo trip but you don't know where to go? That's not surprising. It's a big world out there and the options can be overwhelming! There aren't particular destinations that are inherently better for divorced women, but there are types of vacations that may be better suited to the single woman…
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Sunday, 01 August 2010 01:31
Navigating a divorce can be a bit like preparing for the Olympics in Beijing.You must not only be psychologically and physically fit to withstand the pressure of the competition. You must also deal with the "pollution." Let's stop for a minute and look at the dirty air that can&
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Thursday, 17 June 2010 09:00
I was that child that didn't want to go to Daddy's. Nobody was cruel. I wasn't beaten, or denied food and shelter — I just didn't want to go. We didn't really do anything at my Dad's. We "hung out". Which is fine when you have your friends and your toys, your books, etc. But when you've got nothing&
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Wednesday, 05 May 2010 09:04