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How do Step-Children Factor into a Divorce?

Do you have step-children? Are you considering a divorce? If so, you’re not alone. According to recent research, 42% of American adults have at least one step-relative (a step-parent, step-sibling, or a stepchild). What’s more, there are about 11.6 million stepchildren in the U.S. Unfortunately, these stepchildren can quickly become unintentional victims when their parents […]

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Why is Getting a Divorce so Emotionally Difficult?

Divorce: even when it’s needed, right, had-to-happen, been-too-long-in-the-making, it’s hard. And for good reason: getting divorced can mean uprooting your entire life, turning your social and personal relationships inside out, interrupting the routine for your kids, and disrupting everything for a long time. It’s emotionally difficult. There’s no way around it. While it’s impossible to […]

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How Can I Tell if My Spouse is Planning a Divorce?

When we stand at the altar and say “I do,” none of us are thinking about divorce. Unfortunately, divorce happens, and it happens frequently. In 2016 alone, 2.2 million couples got married in the U.S. During that same year, 827,261 couples divorced or got an annulment. While it takes two people to get married, it […]

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