Divorce Advice – Q&A: When dealing with DIVORCE DEPRESSION How Can I Get To ACCEPTANCE?

Divorce Advice: ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH  DIVORCE DEPRESSION AND WONDERING WHEN WILL I GET TO A POINT OF ACCEPTANCE? Divorce Advice: Will Divorce Depression last forever? How Can I get past this feeling of loss? by Marion TD Lewis filed in Divorce Advice/Q&A Divorce advice is a tough category and topic for me. I try not … Continue reading “Divorce Advice – Q&A: When dealing with DIVORCE DEPRESSION How Can I Get To ACCEPTANCE?”

What if my spouse does not respond to the divorce papers?

If your spouse does not answer after 30 days, you are likely to get your divorce by default, meaning the trial court will sign the judgment of divorce and that should be the end of the matter.

If your spouse does not answer after 30 days, you are likely to get your divorce by default, meaning the trial court will sign the judgment of divorce and that should be the end of the matter.

DIVORCE STRESS SYNDROME: DO YOU HAVE IT?

Divorce Stress Syndrome: What is it? Do you have divorce stress syndrome and not even realize it? A lot of people get  divorce stress. But not all of them have divorce stress syndrome. Apparently, this is a scientifically identified ailment. A lot of people who are going through divorce or have recently divorced, experience certain symptoms … Continue reading “DIVORCE STRESS SYNDROME: DO YOU HAVE IT?”

How to Win Custody in a Divorce

How to win custody The way to win custody in a divorce is by your actions prior to the judgment of divorce. Before a judgment is rendered in a divorce, there is likely going to be conferences, hearings and telephonic appearances with a judge (in a contested matter.) Chances are good that a pendente lite … Continue reading “How to Win Custody in a Divorce”

How do you File a DIY Divorce?: Doing your Divorce Paperwork Yourself is EASY!

For Self Help divorce filers it is very important to follow the instructions in the packet (which are usually idiot proof) in order that you do not miss deadlines or straight up mess up the divorce

For Self Help divorce filers it is very important to follow the instructions in the packet (which are usually idiot proof) in order that you do not miss deadlines or straight up mess up the divorce

DATING DURING A DIVORCE. SHOULD I?

DATING DURING A DIVORCE? I would advise strongly against dating during a divorce. It sends the wrong message–big time. It doesn’t matter if you’re getting a divorce because your spouse was cheating on you. The fact is that if you’re caught dating before the divorce is final, it could compromise the ability to settle the … Continue reading “DATING DURING A DIVORCE. SHOULD I?”

Nip, Tuck: Divorce Plastic Surgery is a Big Trend. Divorce Saloon speaks Beverly Hills California Plastic Surgeon Dr. Francis Palmer About It.

  Divorce Plastic Surgery is Very Trendy. We Interviewed Plastic Surgeon Francis Palmer About Divorce Plastic Surgery. Apparently, divorce plastic surgery is trending – indeed has been trending for some years now. People who get divorced are also getting plastic surgery in increasing numbers and they are willing to go to the ends of the … Continue reading “Nip, Tuck: Divorce Plastic Surgery is a Big Trend. Divorce Saloon speaks Beverly Hills California Plastic Surgeon Dr. Francis Palmer About It.”

High Net Worth Divorce: Can’t Afford a Divorce lawyer Even Though Your Spouse is Rich?

If your spouse is rich they may be ordered to assist you financially with paying for your divorce lawyer and paying spousal support.

If your spouse is rich they may be ordered to assist you financially with paying for your divorce lawyer and paying spousal support.

When New York Millionaires Get Divorced

When New York Millionaires Get Divorced, It Usually Means High Drama When New York Millionaires Get Divorced, These High Net Worth Million Dollar Splits are Filled With Drama, Intrigue & Hidden Assets When the New York millionaire gets divorced, he or she better have a damn good divorce lawyer – for starters. Because it is … Continue reading “When New York Millionaires Get Divorced”

Should You Buy Out Your Spouse and Take the Marital Residence? How to Negotiate the Best Deal.

Should you buy out your spouse? Should you buy out your spouse? A common question for divorcing couples is “should you buy out your spouse”? Divorce often means a change in the status of the marital residence in one way or another. Either you are going to have one spouse remain in the house till the … Continue reading “Should You Buy Out Your Spouse and Take the Marital Residence? How to Negotiate the Best Deal.”

Divorce real estate FAQ: 10 Frequently Asked Questions (with Answers!)

Divorce real estate FAQ: Real Estate Advice for Divorcing Couples Can I get exclusive occupancy while the divorce is pending? It depends on whether the judge has a reasonable basis such as domestic violence or something like that. Normally, a judge can’t just put a person out of their home. If living together during the … Continue reading “Divorce real estate FAQ: 10 Frequently Asked Questions (with Answers!)”

HOW TO FILE FOR DIVORCE WITH AN AD IN A NEWSPAPER

HOW TO FILE FOR DIVORCE with an ad IN A NEWSPAPER By Marion TD Lewis The other day, someone emailed to ask me how to file for divorce in a newspaper. “Good question,” I thought. Well, first, by “file for divorce with an ad in a newspaper” I am thinking you mean “serve your spouse the … Continue reading “HOW TO FILE FOR DIVORCE WITH AN AD IN A NEWSPAPER”

Tips for buying the first home after a divorce

After divorce, one of the first things you often need to do if find a new home – if you were not awarded the marital residence in the settlement agreement. Sometimes, depending on your income bracket, you may be looking for a new time share or vacation home in addition to just a new post-split domestic domicile. Often times (but not always) you will be downsizing since not only the family unit is smaller but so too is the wallet size given that once there were two and now there is only one. So these can be very stressful undertakings and considerations. Here are some tips for maneuvering the situation without completely becoming undone in the process. (click the title above to continue)

After divorce, one of the first things you often need to do if find a new home – if you were not awarded the marital residence in the settlement agreement. Sometimes, depending on your income bracket, you may be looking for a new time share or vacation home in addition to just a new post-split domestic domicile. Often times (but not always) you will be downsizing since not only the family unit is smaller but so too is the wallet size given that once there were two and now there is only one. So these can be very stressful undertakings and considerations. Here are some tips for maneuvering the situation without completely becoming undone in the process. (click the title above to continue)

Can my husband win custody of our children even though they are so young?

Courts no longer follow the rule that custody of the children, even the very young ones, automatically goes to the mother. I can’t tell you how many times I am asked this question by mothers who feel that just because they are “Mom” they should have custody.

Courts no longer follow the rule that custody of the children, even the very young ones, automatically goes to the mother. I can’t tell you how many times I am asked this question by mothers who feel that just because they are “Mom” they should have custody.