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How divorce can help you reinvent yourself

Going through a divorce can sometimes feel like the end of the world. When you said "I do", you probably never imagined that you would one day be filing for divorce. But unfortunately, time can change people and you may feel like you no longer understand the person you are married to.

Tips for divorcing a passive-aggressive spouse

The fact that you are considering divorce suggests that you and your spouse do not currently see eye-to-eye. You may disagree with the way that your spouse handles certain situations, and you may find that recent arguments have blown up without warning. If your spouse is passive-aggressive, you will probably be feeling frustrated because you feel that you are never able to have an honest and open conversation.

How might you split up your family business during a divorce?

One of the more difficult parts of a divorce is when you and your spouse have to agree on how to split up your property. One of those possessions that you may have to reach an agreement about if your family business. There are many different ways that you may consider splitting it up.

Can I continue to parent my stepchildren after divorce?

One of the hardest parts of a divorce is making sure that the children in the family can move forward positively and maintain their relationship with their parental figures. If you are a stepparent, you likely have a strong bond with your stepchildren, and you will, therefore, be worried about losing that connection.

Gaining joint custody as a father

Knowing that you are going to see your child less often because of divorce can be heartbreaking as a father. You may worry that the bond between yourself and your child will weaken throughout the years and that you may not be granted the custody arrangement that you deserve,

How are business assets divided during divorce?

The finances of each spouse usually become intertwined during a marriage, and as a result, spouses tend to be somewhat financially dependent on each other. If the marriage ends in a divorce, spouses will need to unravel assets and income streams so that they are able to once again live independent lives.

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