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Its tax time and the new tax law changed things. These articles can help you out.
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Find out why women experience greater loss during divorce and how to move your life forward.
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Find out how to shift your perspective and get through the season with your sanity intact.
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Tips to help you understand the differences so you can choose the best process to end your marriage.
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Would you be willing to participate in a study on the resiliency of divorced women? If so, keep reading to find out how...
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The reasons behind the rising trend in grey divorce and some of the commons risks to be aware of.
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Some relationships are unhealthy, especially when you sacrifice your needs and wants in an effort to fulfill the needs of your spouse.
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If you and your husband want to work out your divorce without going to court, collaborative divorce is a consideration. Learn more about the process...
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Not only can social media contribute to the breakup of a marriage, it can also impact your divorce as well. Here’s why you should avoid social media before and during your divorce.
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Many divorced parents don’t understand the rules regarding filing as “Head of Household” when doing their taxes. Keep reading to find out what they are.
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