Spousal threats regarding your children. Are they empty?
Law Office of Dawn M. Green Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
6d ago
You do not need anyone telling you that divorce can be incredibly difficult when children are involved. But one possible challenge you may not expect involves having to deal with an uncooperative spouse who constantly threatens to take the kids away. It can be comforting to remember that modern family courts recognize the importance of parental involvement and rarely separate children from either parent completely. It could be that your spouse is trying to scare you into staying married or giving something up in the divorce. Or they could simply be a bully and it’s time to seek legal guidance ..read more
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Easing the burden of co-parenting with a narcissistic ex
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by gturnercontentcustoms
3w ago
Co-parenting with an ex is not the easiest journey. It means having to endure any number of sacrifices for the best interest of your beautiful children. In most cases, a co-parenting journey can be approached with mutual respect and love for the children, making it easy to handle and provide the best for one’s kids. Unfortunately, this may not always be the case when dealing with a narcissistic ex. Such a co-parent may extend narcissistic behaviors to your co-parenting arrangement in a bid to control and manipulate the situation to their advantage, often at the expense of the children’s well-b ..read more
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Tips for social media use during a divorce
Law Office of Dawn M. Green Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
1M ago
Social media plays a significant role in many people’s lives. It offers a chance for communication, self-expression and connection with others. However, during a divorce, the dynamics of social media engagement can shift dramatically, with potential legal and emotional implications. Understanding why some may choose to steer clear of social media during divorce and recognizing the considerations for those who remain active is crucial. Ultimately, everyone going through this situation should do what they feel is best for their situation. Reasons for avoiding social media during divorce Choosing ..read more
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Be wary of hidden assets during your divorce
Law Office of Dawn M. Green Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
1M ago
The property division process is usually among the most contentious aspects of divorce proceedings. Spouses may attempt to conceal assets for financial gain or to avoid obligations. This can take many forms, from offshore accounts and undisclosed income to undervalued property and asset transfers. Hiding property during divorce is not only unethical but it is unlawful too. Full disclosure is required during litigated divorce proceedings to ensure an equitable distribution of the marital assets. As such, you should take swift and appropriate action to safeguard your rights if you notice hidden ..read more
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What are the benefits of an amicable divorce?
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by lbaxtercontentcustoms
1M ago
In some cases, an amicable divorce is impossible. Perhaps one person found out that their partner was having an extramarital affair, for example. The divorce will likely be contentious.  But in many cases, couples just decide that it’s time to be done with the relationship. There doesn’t have to be a lot of drama and they aren’t angry with one another. They may be on amicable terms, which can be very beneficial if they are co-parents. It may also lead to an uncontested divorce, which has some key benefits. It can be faster In an uncontested divorce, both partners will work together to mak ..read more
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Gray divorce rates are still rising
Law Office of Dawn M. Green Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
2M ago
Marriage is generally meant to be a lifelong commitment between two people. However, many couples end up getting divorced. In the past, younger couples had higher divorce rates. However, the trend has changed and now there is a growing number of couples over 50 who are getting divorced. This change is known as the “gray divorce revolution.” The divorce rate for individuals aged 50 and above has doubled since the early 1990s. Experts expect this rate to quadruple by 2030. This startling statistic raises serious concerns about why Gen-Xers are ending their marriages, often after two decades or m ..read more
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Tips for having the divorce conversation with your kids
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by lbaxtercontentcustoms
2M ago
Talking to your children about divorce can be difficult. But it is important to carefully consider how you’re going to have this conversation. The steps you take now can help things go smoothly for them. So what should you do during this conversation? Here are a few important tips to remember. Have a family conversation First of all, everyone should be included. You and your spouse need to be there to present a united front. All of your kids need to be there so that they can learn about the divorce at the same time. You don’t want them to find out from someone else or to think that only you or ..read more
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Will a Maryland divorce trigger retirement account penalties?
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by wreedcontentcustoms
3M ago
Maryland divorce proceedings usually require property division discussions. The spouses either need to reach their own agreements about splitting up the marital property or presentation so that a judge can divide their property. Assets that represent a larger total financial value or that influence someone’s future economic stability are often the biggest sources of conflict in Maryland divorces. People disagree about how to value certain assets and how much of that value may be part of the marital estate.  Retirement accounts can contain tens of thousands of dollars and are often crucial ..read more
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Is January a good time to file for divorce?
Law Office of Dawn M. Green Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
3M ago
The decision to file for divorce is a significant and life-altering choice. As individuals navigate this challenging process, many factors come into play, including the timing of when to initiate legal proceedings. Is January a good time to file for divorce? If this is a burning question for you, you’re not alone. The January surge: Myth or reality? January has gained a reputation as the “divorce month.” Some attribute a spike in new divorce cases at this time of year to the stress and strains of the holiday season, prompting individuals to reassess their relationships. In some cases, the deci ..read more
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3 concerns to address in a parenting plan
Law Office of Dawn M. Green Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
4M ago
Parenting plans provide a roadmap for parents after they split up and they still have children to raise together. These plans are tailored to a child’s needs instead of what’s more convenient for the parents. A parenting plan should cover many aspects of a child’s life. Starting with these three may be beneficial for all parents who are divorcing or separating in a non-marital context. Decision making powers One of the primary concerns for many parents is who will make decisions for their children. This includes school, medical care, religion and other areas critical to both parents. On top of ..read more
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