December 2019 Archives

Exploring the potential benefits of child custody mediation

Upon deciding to dissolve a marriage, parents in New Jersey and elsewhere may wish to take every possible measure to safeguard the interests and well-being of their kids. As matters pertaining to child custody can be highly contestable at times, preparing for negotiations could seem an intimidating task. Those who wish to limit conflict and reduce stress during this process could find it helpful to explore the possible benefits of child custody mediation.

Covering every aspect of dealing with debt in divorce

At the end of a marriage, individuals in New Jersey and across the nation may encounter a variety of difficult choices, some of which could have a lingering impact on their lives. Those who worry about how the outcome of their divorce might affect their financial well-being may wish to know more about how best to prepare to protect this aspect of life, but with numerous factors to consider, such a process can be somewhat complex. One aspect that should not be overlooked pertains to how marital debts will be handled during divorce.

Post-divorce tips for parents considering new relationships

When you decided to file for divorce in a New Jersey court, you might have taken a few days or weeks to tell your children. You and your spouse were hopefully able to sit down with them and explain the situation together, reassuring them, of course, that it's not their fault and that you love them and will be there to support them as they adapt to the changes that are likely to occur in their lives because of your decision.

Adjusting to the changes that may come with divorce

There are a variety of reasons for which individuals in New Jersey and elsewhere may feel intimidated about the concept of going through the end of a marriage. Divorce inherently brings about change in the lives of everyone involved. As dealing with change can be scary and stressful at times, seeking guidance on the adjustments that may become necessary after a similar process could prove imperative.

Studies indicate divorce rates increase after the holidays

While the holiday season is a time for celebration and joy for many families in New Jersey and across the nation, there can also be a great deal of pressure involved. Attempting to make the season as memorable as possible can be a daunting endeavor and when things do not go as planned, tensions may rise. Studies suggest that as many couples struggle to handle such trials, divorce rates increase after the holiday season.

Preparing for the holiday season after a divorce

During the holiday season, many families in New Jersey and elsewhere may feel that making plans to visit all their loved ones could prove an essential, yet challenging task. While for some, deciding which days to spend with which family members may not be all that difficult in the end, such decisions could prove taxing for parents who have recently parted ways. By seeking guidance on how to handle the holidays after a divorce, parents may become better prepared to help their kids enjoy the coming season.

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