Hair Drug Test: Can the Judge Order Hair Follicle Drug & Alcohol Testing in Custody cases? Hair drug test in a custody case: Can the Judge Order it? Yes, hair Drug test & Alcohol testing is legal and I believe the judge can order parties to get tested for abuse of any illicit substances. And don’t make … Continue reading “Q&A: Hair Drug Test – Is Hair Follicle Drug & Alcohol Testing Legal in American Divorce & Custody Cases?”
Divorce Stress Syndrome: What is it? Have you got divorce stress syndrome and not even realize it? Apparently, this is a scientifically identified syndrome. A lot of people who are going through divorce or have recently divorced, experience certain symptoms and those symptoms include insomnia, panic attacks and crippling pain. A huge part of the … Continue reading “Are you suffering from DIVORCE STRESS SYNDROME?”
SHOULD YOU LET THE KIDS TESTIFY IN YOUR DIVORCE CASE? Should a child be called upon to testify in a divorce case and bear witness against their own parent? This is a tough question. It should be an easy answer “no.” But there are those extenuating circumstances which would warrant exceptions, I guess. The court is … Continue reading “Q&A: Should you let the kids testify in your divorce case?”
Staying Sober During and After Divorce My friend Kate, who is also a colleague, submitted an article today about “getting bindsided with a divorce demand.” We thought it was the funniest thing she has ever written and can’t stop cackling at Divorce Saloon. But it inspired a post from me about Divorce & Sobriety. Because … Continue reading “Divorce and Sobriety”
in search of Divorce Advice: STRUGGLING WITH DIVORCE DEPRESSION WHEN WILL I GET TO A POINT OF ACCEPTANCE? Question: Will Divorce Depression last forever? How Can I get past this feeling of loss? Answer: by Marion TD Lewis filed in Divorce Advice/Q&A Well, giving divorce advice often calls on me to wear many hats and one … Continue reading “Divorce Advice/Q&A: When dealing with DIVORCE DEPRESSION How Can I Get To ACCEPTANCE?”
Is the Divorce Industry in the East Coast a Corrupt, Toxic Waste Dump of Racketeering and Usurious Attorneys who charge exorbitant legal Fees? The divorce industry on the East Coast is apparently a mess and a lot of people in this neck of the woods are evidently fed up with it. Litigants have been calling for reforms … Continue reading “Is the Divorce Industry in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Corrupt?”
RETURNING TO WORK AFTER DIVORCE Excerpted from: The Golden Book of Secrets For Moms Re-entering the Workforce After Divorce A Divorce Saloon International GOLD STAR Report – by Marion TD Lewis, Editor in Chief of Divorce Saloon © Premium Content – $1.00 Returning to work after divorce: When Stay at Home Moms Decide to Return to the Workforce … Continue reading “Returning to Work After Divorce: For Moms Who Left Their Jobs To Care For Their Family”
James Brown is tv producer and creator of a divorce talk show in Utah called Divorce Talk Show. Mr Brown is a positive, creative personality who is a true influencer in the divorce industry and who is trying to make a difference in people’s lives. We are proud of having had the opportunity to speak … Continue reading “A Chat With DIVORCE Talk Show Host James Brown, from Utah.”
DIVORCE SALOON INTERNATIONAL TALKS with Connecticut Divorcée ELIZABETH RICHTER Interviewer: Marion TD Lewis Edited by: Xixi Gomez _______________________________ If ever the term “influencer” applied to anyone, it certainly is Elizabeth Richter. This woman is a one woman demolition derby against the judicial system in Connecticut. During her divorce from her Husband Alex, a process that spanned … Continue reading “Divorce Saloon Talks to One of Connecticut’s Most Interesting Divorcées: Elizabeth Richter – a true Influencer”
Question: Which is better collaborative divorce or litigation? Answer: by Marion TD Lewis Filed in Divorce Advice/Q&A How You divorce Can Make a Big Different in Your Emotional Life Attorney Eric Beal is a collaborative divorce lawyer in Texas and he wrote this article 5 Good Reasons NOT to Choose a Collaborative Divorce and it’s … Continue reading “DIVORCE ADVICE Q&A: Collaborative Divorce Process or Divorce Litigation Process: Which is better?”
An exclusion order is a type of order of protection. You can only get an exclusion order if you and the abuser are living under the same roof. There are other types of orders of protection that you can get based on “intimate” nature of the relationship you share with the abuser. This is in … Continue reading “Q&A: How to Get an Exclusion Order and Lock Your Spouse Out of the House”
This is a good question! Normally, I would say that getting your child support order modified would require you to show changed circumstances of some sort before the court would change the order. Heading back to work after a divorce – especially if you have been a stay at home custodial parent – is definitely a … Continue reading “Q&A: Will Court Modify Child Support Order if I Find a Job and Need Help Paying the Babysitter?”
PARENTING: Custody and Support of Children With Autism After Divorce The divorce rate for parents with an autistic child has been described as “terrifyingly high” by one blogger who put the rate at 90 percent! Is this an accurate statistic? It depends on who you talk to. The figures fluctuate wildly depending on the source. The … Continue reading “Divorce with an Autistic Child: Custody, Child Support & Single Parent Challenges”
If your spouse stopped paying your divorce settlement for a good, excusable reason (unemployment, illness) you could be out of luck – especially if you do not have a contingency plan built into the original divorce settlement agreement.
Yes, it is possible to avoid paying alimony but with some of the methods, you had better be careful.