A few months ago, I went to a luncheon for the family law section of the Tarrant County Bar Association. By attending these luncheons, attorneys receive continuing education credits and a great lunch with not only their peers, but complimentary service providers like me. The topic of discussion for this ...
The holidays are typically a time for celebration with friends and family. Yet, when you're divorcing, the season can feel anything but merry. To help you enjoy this holiday time instead of dreading it, here are 21 tips you can use today to survive your divorce and the holidays.
1. Be ...
There's one thing you can count on when you get engaged and that's hearing about the scary divorce statistics. I'll bet you've heard at least one of these statistics, whether from a family member, friend or the media.
50 percent of all marriages end in divorce
More than 60 ...
Since it's the season for scary stuff, I thought I'd tell you a couple of divorce horror stories I told myself when I was getting divorced
. The first story is the everyday story. The second is the special event story.
I'll start with ...
When I got divorced in 2002
, I thought that after the decree was signed by the judge everything would be better. I'd somehow magically be over all of the pain, fear, anger and disorganization that seemed to have overtaken my life. But, as ...