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Top 3 Costly Mistakes of Divorce

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What are the Top Costly Mistakes of Divorce? And how can I avoid them?

These critical questions are ones anyone going into a divorce should ask themselves. If you have to get divorced, you want it to be as swift, as painless, and as effective as possible. You need to start your new life confident in the knowledge that your future is protected. We understand this.

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7 Time Management Tips For The Solo Parent

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Are you a busy solo parent? Here’s how to save time and stress as you care for your kids — and try to juggle all your other responsibilities! Read more

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Depression And Single Parenthood: How To Cope

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The disruption of divorce and overwhelming nature of single parenthood can give even a happy-go-lucky person a case of the blues. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Here’s how to cope — and how to conquer — depression as a solo parent. Read more

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18 Tips For Having A Better Co-Parenting Relationship in 2018

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Was 2017 a bad year for you and your co-parent? Resolve to turn things around in 2018. Co-parenting is a skill than you can improve with practice. Read on for tips on how you can get along better with your ex. Read more

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Moving On From Divorce: Why You Need To Stop Blaming Your Ex

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When you’re in the throes of divorce, it’s easy to think of all the ways your ex has wronged you. It’s easy to blame him or her for the downfall of your marriage, as well as your current state of misery.

But blaming your ex for messing up your life, as well as your children’s lives, won’t change the past — or the present.  The only thing blame will do is make you exponentially more miserable. Ready to let go and start moving on in 2018? Here’s how to take the first step.  Read more

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How To Turn Your Divorce Despair Into An Opportunity For Growth

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Whether you have a high-conflict divorce or are just struggling to find your identity and purpose now that you’re single, you don’t have to let your circumstances define you. Here are some tips for turning the pain of divorce into positive transformation: Read more

New Tax Law: If You Wait To Divorce, Alimony You Pay WON’T Be Tax Deductible 

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It’s official: Congress has passed the most sweeping tax overhaul in decades. The expansive tax code changes will impact taxpayers of all walks of life, including a very big tax implication for divorcing spouses who pay or receive alimony.

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The 5 Dos And Don’ts Of Starting Your Divorce

Think it’s time to head to the courthouse to file for your divorce? After making the difficult decision to end your marriage, you may feel emotionally ready to take the next step, but before you fill out a single form, it’s prudent to make sure that you are also legally prepared for the read ahead. To help you out, here are some pointers to consider before you file: Read more

Can You Get A Divorce Do-Over?

What happens when months after your divorce, you find out an error was made in your settlement — a big one — because of information your former spouse failed to disclose? Here are some of the factors that could lead the courts to grant you a divorce “do-over.”

For an overview of the process, let’s take a look at Sarah’s unexpected discovery when taking care of some post-divorce paperwork.

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Do I Get More In My Divorce If My Spouse Cheated?

Wronged spouses everywhere have fantasized about taking their soon-to-be exes “to the cleaners” as punishment for having an affair during their marriage. The belief that one spouse will get more out of the marital bank account because of the other’s bad behavior is widespread. But under New Jersey family law, this belief is also a mistaken one.

Here’s why. Read more