divorced

Sometimes a good divorce is better than a bad marriage.

  • Krik Lester
    Published 5 days ago
    What is the process of Divorce in Ontario?

    What is the process of Divorce in Ontario?

    It’s absolutely normal to feel overwhelmed when considering a divorce. There are lots of things to deal with; you need to work with real estate agents, lawyers and perhaps insurance brokers, among others. However, this should not make you stressed on what to do. Divorce laws in Ontario are very clear, and they should be followed. Even better, some law firms have affordable divorce options that can make your divorce process less stressful. There are no hidden fees, and the instructions are easy to follow. Before starting a divorce case, the best decision you can make is to hire an experienced divorce lawyer. The lawyer will explain what the law requires in respect to your case and how your rights can be protected. If you’re contemplating divorce in Ontario, you must know some basics.
  • Emily Cannon
    Published 5 days ago
    Rebuild.

    Rebuild.

    I don't remember very much from my childhood (the reason behind that is still undetermind) but I do remember their separation. I remember the divorce; the screaming matches, slammed doors, tears.
  • Adam Heath
    Published 5 days ago
    How to Retain a Divorce Attorney if Low Income in Los Angeles

    How to Retain a Divorce Attorney if Low Income in Los Angeles

    Living on a low income has its fair share of challenges. These challenges are magnified when presented with a divorce. There are however outlets and entities that provide Los Angeles low income divorce attorney services.
  • Megan Smith
    Published 6 days ago
    What do I Do with My Wedding Ring After Divorce

    What do I Do with My Wedding Ring After Divorce

    When your marriage and divorce are all over, you try to leave your past behind to start over a better life. Then you have a great challenge, you need to decide the fate of your wedding ring. It all depends on the memories you associate with the wedding ring. Though the commitment and loyalty it should have symbolized were not worthy of it, you still may have some connection to things that predetermined your whole life once.
  • robert karow
    Published 11 days ago
    Living with Your Ex in Quarantine During a Divorce - What Not to Do

    Living with Your Ex in Quarantine During a Divorce - What Not to Do

    Did things finally reach the breaking point with your significant other and you decided to get a divorce. You might have been planning on moving out right before COVID-19 hit, or even being in the quarantine itself is what finally pushed you over the edge, but things have quickly changed for all us with self-isolation and quarantine becoming the new norm in the US. Experts have even said that increased divorced will be one of the outcomes of the quarantine along with increased birth rates. The decision to get a divorce will have an effect on a lot more than just being together. There are many financial and legal considerations to think about and your actions during this period - especially the actions made while quarantined together during this stressful time will affect how future divorce proceedings may go. As such we have compiled this list of what you should not being doing while living with the person you are divorcing to help guide you:
  • Molly Allen
    Published 13 days ago
    Signs that your marriage is at the verge of divorce

    Signs that your marriage is at the verge of divorce

    However, if you see that you truly love the person, you will have enough bravery to be able to marry. And it is awesome if you can live a happy life together with that person. Yet, what you may not expect is a situation where you have to divorce.
  • Mya D Ajanku
    Published 13 days ago
    Coparenting Soulmates

    Coparenting Soulmates

    They say divorce ruins the family tree and marriage is until death do you part; well to that I say some of us will live many lives in our lifetime.  I offer my experience to those who have or will experience the process of navigating co-parenting.
  • Maryn Mcdonnell
    Published 2 months ago
    Life After Divorce: 5 Ways to Recover Your Life

    Life After Divorce: 5 Ways to Recover Your Life

    Going through a divorce is a devastating process, no matter how bad the marriage was. You not only lose your spouse, but you also lose your lifestyle. With each shattered dream, you are knocked off balance, and often you do not know how to start picking up the pieces. However, despite the pain and despair, you are feeling, the chaos will die down, and you can begin your recovery. Surviving after your divorce is challenging, but life has to move on, and you cannot remain stuck in the same spot forever. Here are five tips to help you survive the painful ordeal and come out stronger:
  • Frank Zaccari
    Published 2 months ago
    Becoming a Single Father

    Becoming a Single Father

    Like most people when I got married, my plan was we would stay together forever. My parents were married for 57 years before my mother died and her family had never experienced a divorce. We were very happy, at least I thought we were. We had two daughters who are my everything. Professionally things were very good. On the surface we looked like the poster family for a successful marriage and family.
  • Forrestt French
    Published 2 months ago
    Problem Picture

    Problem Picture

    It more than seems when I leave my family it’s for the best reasons even though it always feels horrible doing. This time I’m starting yet again, a new career in a new industry. This could be life changing!
  • Jim Hughes
    Published 2 months ago
    Women Business Owners: How to Divorce-Proof Your Company

    Women Business Owners: How to Divorce-Proof Your Company

    In America, 50 percent of marriages end up in divorce. There is a divorce happening in approximately 36 seconds, which totals to about 2,400 divorces per day!
  • Elizabeth Clay
    Published 2 months ago
    Co-Parenting With Your Abuser

    Co-Parenting With Your Abuser

    In theory, the idea of divorced parents putting aside their grievances for the children's best interest and co-parenting, sounds without a doubt, optimal. How would that not be the best, mature, and adult thing to do? The children are most important, and everyone knows that a stable sense of balance between the parents is key for the most stable life of the children.