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Reclaiming Your Strength: Making the Mental Shift From Victim to Survivor

By Admin User / October 19, 2017

It happened to you, and it wasn’t your choice. But as a survivor of infidelity or domestic violence, you do have a choice about how you shape your future. Although infidelity and domestic violence don’t always occur simultaneously, it can happen. This is mainly because both acts involve poor levels of self-control and respect for…

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4 Ways You Can Support a Friend Going Through a Divorce

By Admin User / October 10, 2017

When a close friend is going through a divorce, it can be difficult to know what to say and do to support them. Even if the end of the marriage is clearly the best outcome for an unhappy relationship, emotions are probably running high, and it can be difficult to find the right words or…

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How to Help Your Kids Transition into Two Homes After Your Divorce

By Admin User / September 20, 2017

When parents divorce, the household is divided. Your kids now have two homes: yours and that of your former spouse. While this change can be upsetting, as children don’t generally welcome disruptions to their routines, there are ways that you can put the experience in a positive and even exciting light before, during, and after…

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Mortgage Breakup: Should I Keep the House After My Divorce?

By Admin User / September 10, 2017

Divorce is one of those events that can shake your very reality. Everything in your life has changed and will continue to change, and you may even find yourself clinging to your marital home as a lifeline and source of stability in your new situation. You may desperately want to keep it, but should you?…

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Class Ceiling: Is Private Tuition Payable in a Texas Divorce?

By Admin User / August 20, 2017

When it comes to child support, Texas uses a standard support formula referenced in the Texas Family Code. In 2017, there was a ceiling of $8,500 on the amount of child support that can be calculated, and the presumed maximum amount for one child is 20% or $1,700. It doesn’t matter if you have custody…

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