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Finding Freedom in 2021

By Admin User / January 14, 2021

Just as a new year can be a fresh start, so too can a divorce. Finding freedom from a bad marriage can actually be the beginning of a transition to the life you want to lead, rather than the end. In the past, January was often referred to as the divorce month. Historically, the divorce…

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Barriers to Divorce #4: Financial Security

By Admin User / December 21, 2020

Concern about financial security following divorce is one of the biggest reasons many women stay in a bad marriage. The financial responsibility of maintaining a lifestyle, affording a nice home, and raising then sending kids to college can be daunting, not only for stay-at-home moms but for working women as well. Financial concerns should not…

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Supreme Court of Texas’s Proposed Changes Take Effect January 1

By Admin User / December 16, 2020

If you are considering divorce or some other legal action but planning to wait until the New Year to file, you may want to rethink that decision. The Supreme Court of Texas recently proposed changes to our evidentiary rules that will affect deadlines, expert witness procedures, and more. While the Supreme Court of Texas has not confirmed…

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BARRIERS TO DIVORCE #3 HOW TO SURVIVE THE HOLIDAYS DURING DIVORCE

Barriers to Divorce #3: How to Survive the Holidays During Divorce

By Admin User / December 3, 2020

Life isn’t like a Hallmark Christmas movie, particularly if you find yourself in the middle of a divorce during the holiday season. This year will be different. But with careful thought and preparation, as well as patience, you can make it through the holidays and might even enjoy yourself along the way. Here are some…

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BARRIERS TO DIVORCE #2 CONCERNS OVER KIDS

Barriers to Divorce #2: Concerns Over Kids

By Admin User / November 19, 2020

Divorce is challenging enough when only dealing with your spouse and financial affairs, but throw kids into the equation and even the most amicable divisions can get touchy and more difficult. Concerns range from whether a husband can get full or even half custody to how a stay-at-home mom financially supports her kids. Even mid-divorce…

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Barriers to Divorce #1: Common Fears

By Admin User / September 23, 2020

Facing Divorce Fears and Moving On Divorce can be scary, whether you initiate it or are on the other side. Ending a relationship, no matter how bad, brings up anxiety and fears related to a host of issues from what life will look like afterward to not wanting to be the topic of carpool line…

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The COVID Wellness Formula

By Admin User / June 30, 2020

Coronavirus is uncharted territory for most of us. Just a few months ago, it was business as usual, and now businesses are closing, schools are wondering how to safely reopen, and entire countries are struggling. As individuals, we are isolating ourselves and sheltering in place for long periods of time with no real end in…

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Debt Consolidation to Debt Snowball: How Crisis Can Reduce Debt

By Admin User / June 23, 2020

If you want to improve your life, having good credit is fundamental. Having good credit will get you approved for better places to live, better interest rates on loans and credit when you need it. Good credit will help you achieve your financial goals. However, when you are drowning in debt, having good credit can…

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More Than Kids’ Face Masks: Children’s Health, Coronavirus, and Crisis

By Admin User / June 16, 2020

Scientific research has shown that the brains of children continue to develop through early adulthood. Children mimic our own behavior and attitudes, adapt them, and carry them forward into their adult lives. That means we have to be mindful and nurture their developing brains for a long period of time. They can be positively or…

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What Jobs Are Hiring Women and Stay-At-Home Moms?

By Admin User / June 9, 2020

What jobs are hiring women and stay at home moms? Initially, COVID-19 was a shock to our systems, and our focus was on the negative impact it had on certain industries and their workforces. But now that we have had some time to adapt and pivot, it’s becoming clear that there are industries out there…

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