Archive | September, 2016

Saving The Unsavable Marriage? Can It Be Done?

  Relationships, like untested dinner recipes, vacations abroad, and Noir Films, don’t always work out the way we expected them to. Sometimes people reach a point where they no longer view their spouse in a loving way. Sometimes they decide that the relationship is beyond any hope of salvation and, in the interest of self-preservation, […]

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Divorce – What Causes It, And Can It Be Avoided?

  For many couples who end their marriages, their divorce seemed unavoidable. Just a sad but inevitable result of circumstances entirely beyond their control. But is that an accurate depiction of what really happened? Is divorce simply something that strikes randomly? Something that so many couples can’t avoid, and don’t know how to combat?   […]

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Getting Custody of Your Kids (Part 2)

  In part one of this series on gaining custody of your children, we looked at how a custody agreement is usually reached, and what the court considers important when changing custody agreements. Moving on, we’re going to look at what determining factors the court uses to make custody decisions.   First, a Friend of […]

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Getting Custody of Your Kids (Part 1)

  If we had a nickel for every time we heard a parent say “I want custody of my kids,” the floor of our office building would probably have collapsed under the weight of all those coins. Parents are parents. They don’t want to give up their kids, if they can possible help it. And […]

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