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Divorce Announcements

It is now the dreaded time to tell friends, family, and acquaintances the news of your divorce and it is understandable to find yourself perplexed on how to do this with beauty and grace. Beauty? Grace? Do these seem like foreign words in the land of divorce proceedings? Most likely. The question is: where to […]

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Divorce Podcasts: What You Should Subscribe To And Why

If you are considering divorce or currently going through one, you will likely find yourself looking for support in a variety of outlets. It is probable you may have talked your friends and families ears off about the struggles you are facing, and as a result have heard advice that has sent you in multiple […]

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Co-parenting: Tips From a Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Co-parenting refers to a parenting situation where adults share the duties of raising a child. This definition is seemingly straight forward, yet the reality of co-parenting is not that simple. A child custody agreement is made for parents going through divorce. It is a type of written document outlining the guidelines for child custody between […]

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Life After Love: Tips For Dating Post Divorce

“Do you believe in life after love? I can feel something inside me say, I really don’t think you’re strong enough, no. Do you believe in life after love?” Cher posed the appropriate question back in the day when she belted out the lyrics to “Believe”. Do you believe in life after love? The answer […]

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Your Divorce File: Why You Need to Start One and What it Should Contain

If you have made the decision to file for divorce, consider starting a divorce file. To be clear, a physical divorce file. Bonus points if it’s the classic manila shade (We kid). Your file should be organized, easy to navigate and contain the following: Tax Returns for the past 3-5 years Insurance policies Retirement Account […]

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You FILED! 3 Tips to Better Your Overall Well Being

The heavy glass door shuts behind you as you exit your local courthouse. You just handed over your judicial council forms to a court clerk who then put the original forms in a file that starts your court case. You watch as the clerk stamps your stack of paperwork with the “Filed” stamp, and so […]

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New Law Changes How Pets are Designated in Divorce Cases

San Diego, CA – If you wonder how much our pets mean to us, here is one clue: Americans spent more than $69 billion on pet products in 2017. Perhaps that figure isn’t as strong an indicator of how much pets have become family members as a new bill signed into law in September by […]

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Marriage, Divorce and Student Loans—What You Need to Know

Source San Diego, CA – About 40 percent of California college students graduated with an average debt of $22,413 in 2016. Pew Research reported that Americans owed more than $1.3 trillion in student loans at the end of June, which means that student loan debt is as much a part of adulthood as utility bills […]

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Reality Show Couple Splits. Should We Have Seen it Coming?

A couple who married on the set of a Lifetime reality show has announced they are divorcing after one year together. In what some might call a new take on the prearranged marriage, Cody Knapek and Danielle DeGroot were part of “Married at First Sight,” a show that pairs three couples based on scientific matchmaking. […]

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Social Media During and After Divorce

Escondido, CA – With social media now a regular part of most people’s lives, it may not be obvious of the impact a simple post to Facebook can have on a divorce trial. Divorce Attorney John Griffith explains, “Nowadays, we’re seeing more and more divorce cases that use social media posts in court. Since these […]

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