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4 possible signs your spouse is planning a divorce

Whether you believe your marriage is going well, you likely do not want a surprise divorce from your spouse. Usually, there are indications and clues that your spouse may be planning to divorce you. Here are four signs that may show that your spouse is planning a...

What not to post on Twitter during your divorce

Social media is an integral part of life in the digital age, and many people use it as a timeline of events in their lives. While updating your digital profiles can be cathartic, using them to document the details of your divorce while the case is pending can...

How does divorce affect your teenagers?

Many couples think teenagers can handle their divorce better than little ones. However, divorce affects life for children of all ages. Divorce impacts teenagers in many ways Teens face an onslaught of physical and emotional changes during this stage of adolescence....

3 tips for co-parents to maintain harmony

Co-parenting allows your child to maintain a relationship with each parent. The tone and circumstances of your relationship with your ex will influence the emotional and mental well-being of your child. Working with your co-parent to provide a positive experience for...

Common reasons for divorce

While only a few recent studies have explored the most common reasons for divorce, reviewing the available research provides insight for married couples who want to go the distance. Understanding the causes can help you strengthen your own relationship. The journal...

Do you need to declare legal paternity in Texas?

If you have a child outside of marriage in Texas, you must take steps to declare legal paternity. Doing so protects your rights as a father and your parental relationship. Review the process of seeking legal paternity in the Lone Star State as well as the benefits....

Are you a victim of parental alienation?

You undoubtedly had some valid reasons for choosing to divorce your ex-spouse. Even if your former husband or wife was abusive, mean or uncaring to you during your marriage, though, you may have always believed your kids deserve two involved parents. While you may...