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Social Media and Divorce

October 12th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

It can be tempting to vent about your ex on social media, but is it a wise decision? Before you open up Facebook, be sure to consider the possible ramifications for what you may be about to say. “Divorce lawyers and paid investigators are very efficient at utilizing every tool at their disposal to provide damaging information in order to help their client.

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5 Ways to Keep Divorce Costs Down

October 5th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

There’s no question, divorce is expensive. Splitting your assets and paying attorneys fees can make you feel weak in the knees. The following list offers options to help curb some of those painful divorce expenditures and make you feel more in control.

  1. Pay attention to your spending. Keep a detailed log tracking how money is being spent each month.

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Divorced and Ready to Mingle? Here’s What You Should Know.

August 29th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

There are many variables in post-divorce dating and it is different for everyone. Some people are ready to move on right away while others require time to heal. Here are some signs to look for if you’re wondering if you’re ready to enter the dating world.

  1. You feel good about yourself. You’re regaining confidence and feeling comfortable in your own skin
  2. You’re thinking less about the past and more about the present.

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Tips to Help You Recover from Divorce

August 25th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

Some people’s experience of divorce is freeing, but for many it can bring devastation. It takes a lot of strength to pick up the pieces and the thought of starting over can feel daunting. Here are some tips taken from 3 Tips to Help You Recover from Divorce by Dalila Jusic-LaBerge that can help you begin the healing process.

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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 24th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

FIVE WAYS TO GET DIVORCED

Part 6 – Thus far, I have discussed the Pro Se Divorce and the Non-Contested Divorce, both of which are executed primarily by the couples themselves. Either of these types of divorce will allow couples to save a great deal of time and expense in dissolving their marital union. In these instances, couples retain control of self-determining the property distribution,

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