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JANUARY’S FOCUS: DISCONTINUING A MARRIAGE

January 26th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

FIVE WAYS TO GET DIVORCED

Part 7 – As I have shown in the previous blog postings, couples who are dissolving their marital bonds are not forced into a long, legal court battle, with exorbitant legal fees and continued/prolonged emotional duress. To be frank, if couples are mature enough to remain civil, cooperative, and truthful, a divorce need not be a destructive process.

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JANUARY’S FOCUS: DISCONTINUING A MARRIAGE

January 19th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

FIVE WAYS TO GET DIVORCED

Part 5 – Thus far, I have discussed three methods for gaining a divorce: The Pro Se Divorce, The Non-Contested Divorce, and The Mediated Divorce. In each of these instances, a great deal of time and expense can be saved by divorcing couples. Furthermore, since there are no disputes between the spouses surrounding childcare,

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JANUARY’S FOCUS: DISCONTINUING A MARRIAGE

January 17th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

FIVE WAYS TO GET DIVORCED

Part 4: Last week I discussed the three initial steps I urge couples to take once a decision is made to proceed with a divorce: get off social media; begin to document pertinent information (spousal routines/children’s schedules and caregivers); and gain advice and direction from an attorney.

Furthermore, I addressed the most efficient and cost effective way to gain a divorce: Pro Se Divorce.

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DECEMBER’S FOCUS: DO YOU REALLY WANT A DIVORCE?

December 8th, 2016 by Marta J. Papa

REMEMBER, IT’S THE HOLIDAY SEASON!

Part 2: Maybe It’s Not a Marital Problem…Maybe It’s a Holiday Problem

I became aware of the Holiday Marital False Alarm Syndrome in my childhood. Sylvie T. was my best buddy through the early years of schooling, and we were always together.   Weekends would come and go, with our key priority being who was going to be doing the overnight at the other’s home.

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OCTOBER’S FOCUS: KEEPING YOUR CHILDREN FROM BECOMING THE REAL CASUALTIES OF YOUR DIVORCE

October 26th, 2016 by Marta J. Papa

WEEK 4:  LET’S REVIEW…AND FINAL THOUGHTS FOR OCTOBER

 

Children’s Tools for Self-Esteem and Well-Being While Parents Divorce

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Let us conclude this month of October’s discussion with the key admonishment with which we started: Do not allow your children to become the real causalities of your divorce.   If children feel compelled through the immaturity of their divorcing parents to either choose a side or are forced to feel protective of one parent over the other,

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OCTOBER’S FOCUS: KEEPING YOUR CHILDREN FROM BECOMING THE REAL CASUALTIES OF YOUR DIVORCE

October 25th, 2016 by Marta J. Papa

PART 7:   LET’S REVIEW…AND FINAL THOUGHTS FOR OCTOBER

Parents’ Best Behavioral Strategies In Co-Parenting A Divorce Decision

We have firmly entered into these enveloping months of autumn’s colors, as the landscapes and trees transform themselves and prepare for winter’s long sleep. Fittingly, throughout this time of seasonal changes, we have focused during October upon the most crucial change any married couple can make in their most intimate relationship…the decision to divorce.

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