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Still want to 'take walks' with your ex after divorce?

The goal of every divorce is not the same. Sure, the common thread is that couples want to end their marriages, but not all couples want to end their relationships. There are those who split up and would prefer to never talk again. There are those who are somewhere else on the relationship spectrum who worry about protecting their bond with an ex.

So your divorce settlement is approved: what next?

In this blog, we often discuss the many details you must consider when you are working on your divorce agreement. We have talked about uncovering assets, reviewing prenuptial agreements and discussing the details of your split with your kids. There is a lot to do and a lot to examine during this time, and finally reaching an agreement can be an enormous source of relief.

Your divorce doesn't have to be headline news

Any time you sign in to Facebook, read the news or watch TV, it likely isn't very long until you come across a story about someone else's divorce. These stories pop up just about everywhere, which can make it feel like divorce and related matters are little more than gossip fodder or that family issues will inevitably be sensational and dramatic.

3 issues couples will need to resolve in 'gray divorces'

In recent years, researchers have been looking into gray divorce more and more and we have been seeing some interesting statistics and reports on who is ending their marriage and for what reasons. For those who are unfamiliar with this term, gray divorce refers to the growing number of people over the age of 50 who are divorcing.

Getting a divorce? You don't have to hate Valentine's Day

This time of year can be very difficult for people who decided that the New Year was the right time to file for divorce. After all, the holidays are over, the kids are back in school and it's the beginning of a new fiscal year. However, if you are among those who have started divorce proceedings in recent weeks, the upcoming weekend can prove to be more stressful than you may have expected.

Do I need to prove fault in a divorce? Is it a factor?

Many events in life can put stress on a marriage. Some of those events are consequences of our own making, like infidelity, while we have little control over others, like a serious illness. What role, if any, do these events play in a divorce? Do you have to prove fault to file in Florida?

Collaborative divorce is a formal process, not a verb or adjective

Divorce is an extremely common process but one that is highly misunderstood. While statistics vary from one study to another, the divorce rate in the U.S. is somewhere around 50 percent. You probably know at least one person, if not several people, who have gone through a divorce.

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