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Jun 23, 2011

divorce tips for menBy Matt Allen

Editor, DadsDivorce.com

Going through a divorce is a difficult process and the first step – telling your wife of your intentions - is hardest of all. 

When it comes to divorce tips for men on how to prepare to tell your spouse, it is important to have a strong support system in place to help you deal with the fact that your marriage is irretrievably broken – even if you are the one initiating the divorce. 

How, when and what you tell your spouse will set the course for your divorce.


May 19, 2011

stepfamily divorceBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

With one out of every two marriages ending in divorce, statistics indicate both divorced partners will probably remarry at least once. 

Even though a stepparent may participate in all aspects of raising his stepchild, the "unofficial" parenting by a stepparent is rarely factored into legal decisions made on behalf of the child.

Additionally, no uniform treatment of the stepparent-stepchild relationship exists in the United States.


May 12, 2011

By Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

divorce stepfamilyThe law works to protect marriage and nuclear or traditional families.

Stepfamilies, however, are considered incomplete institutions to be ignored and as stigmatized groups, less functional and more problematic than nuclear families. 

The "progress" made in expanding the stepparent’s role is primarily geared toward increasing stepparent financial obligations without increases in parental rights or recognition of the important roles that many stepparents play in their stepchildren’s lives.


Apr 06, 2011

By Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

Social science is beginning to discover the correlation between marital conflict styles and the likelihood of divorce.

It's a given that couples are going to disagree on a multitude of issues. The way these issues are tackled and resolved can make or break a marriage; issues such as how to effectively handle relationship conflict, the effect that it has on the family, and which conflict styles lead to divorce.

Most people believe that couples who overtly battle-out their conflicts by having arguments and fights have a greater chance of getting divorced.

Though this style of conflict resolution isn’t the best, it is not the conflict style that most often leads to divorce, according to a recent study on how fighting styles affect marriages.


Jan 13, 2011

Divorce financial analyst JoAnne HoltBy JoAnne C. Holt,  Divorce financial analyst

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You survive the first divorce with about half of what you previously owned and swear you will never get married again. Then a few years go by and you’ve met another woman and have overcome the bitter taste of your last divorce.

Your heart is swept away and you have decided to get married again, but you are smarter now and will get your new spouse to sign a pre-nuptial (or ante-nuptial) agreement. Let’s assume both of you hire attorneys and both of you sign the agreement right before you are married.

Remember, your pre-nuptial agreement is only as good as your compliance with it. There are also other considerations to be aware of if you want it to be enforceable.


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