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The divorce resources listed below provide helpful information about a range of important topics, all provided by experts and other knowledgeable individuals. Topics include all things legal and financial, health and body, and more lighthearted content like makeup how-tos, music recommendations, and recipes.

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Do you know how much your skills are worth in the marketplace? The emotional impact of a divorce is exacerbated by financial worries. If you’ve been a stay-at-home mother or out of the workforce for some time, you need to consider returning to work or upgrading your education.
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Thursday, 24 October 2013 15:18
It's not surprising that clients feel comfortable with Ivy when it comes to their personal and financial matters.  She is a straight talker, but she has a great sense of humor and a warm manner that would make anyone feel comfortable.First Wives World had the pleasure of speaking with Ivy about the benefits of hiring a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™.  Ivy is also a contributor to First Wives World, and you can read her articles here.
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Friday, 11 October 2013 17:45
Welcome to the exciting world of insurance. You probably don’t put those words together very often, but then you don’t know Christine Sadofsky. When we think of insurance brokers, what comes to mind is someone who helps us find the best home or auto insurance provider for our needs. That’s important, but Christine provides specialized services that go far beyond what the average insurance brokerage offers. Christine founded Ventura Insurance Brokerage, Inc. in 2004. She purchased the New York division of National Insurance Brokerage that she had managed for 15 years.
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Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:07
Community Question: When you're first on your own after a split, the financial elements can be completely overwhelming. It seems like every expert has a different idea of what we should be doing with our money, but right after a divorce is not the time when you've got cash to spare. I have…
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Friday, 21 June 2013 13:34
I don’t think I’ll ever stop appreciating the fact that I had an amicable divorce. There were few fights about anything once we made the decision to split. If only the rest of the marriage had been like that
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Wednesday, 22 May 2013 12:56
When I had my kids, I bought ipecac syrup to keep in the medicine cabinet on the off chance that one of them might swallow something potentially fatal. Twenty years later, the bottle's still there, its seal unbroken, my heart full of ...
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Tuesday, 19 February 2013 08:43
One patient asked me: “Is it normal to anticipate failure in potential relationships, just because I am divorced?” Because of the possibility of divorce, she had asked for a pre-nup or a post-nup with her fianceé, and he was insulted.She wanted to know, “Isn’t it OK for &
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Tuesday, 10 April 2012 08:56
Divorce often changes everything, especially your financial situation.  And unless you were the ex-wife of Michael Jordan ($150 million settlement), Steven Spielberg ($100 million settlement), or the recently divorced Heather Mills ($80 million settlement), you may be feeling the financial fallout of living on …
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Friday, 30 March 2012 09:10
It's bad enough that we might be digesting the "d-word" (divorce), it's an entirely different challenge to be faced with the b-word — yes bankruptcy. It even sounds hard coming out, right? Well, unfortunately, many women who are
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Thursday, 27 January 2011 11:39
Just about everyone loathes the process of buying a car. But if you're a divorced woman, buying a car can possibly be particularly challenging, especially if your ex was the "mechanic" of the household, and you were happy to let him be the expert on V6 engines, horsepower, and overdrive.&
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Sunday, 14 November 2010 10:30
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