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Mentally preparing for the divorce process

Your marriage is ending and you are unsure of how to process this news. This is a completely normal state of mind. When it becomes clear that divorce is in a person’s future, it may take significant time to see the present and future clearly through a thick haze of emotion. The truth of the matter is that you will need to prepare for the divorce process in a myriad of ways. You will need to prepare financially and physically. But perhaps most importantly, you will need to prepare mentally.

Pet custody issues affected by divorce

Some individuals refer to pets as their “children.” Others recognize their pets as beloved members of their family. In either case, it is clear that Americans view pets not so much as property but as loyal companions. As a result, it can be difficult for couples who love their pets to figure out how to handle their care post-divorce.

How parents can keep holidays jolly for their kids post-divorce

If you and your spouse have recently decided to divorce or have recently had a divorce finalized, your holiday calendar make look somewhat foreign to you. Perhaps you ordinarily spend Christmas Eve with your parents and Christmas Day with your in-laws. Perhaps your family ordinarily celebrates Thanksgiving as one large group. Those plans may be changing dramatically this year for both you and your children.

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