In the spirit of the New Year, many people are resolving to make positive changes in their lives. For those newly divorced, the new year can be a great opportunity to take steps toward a brighter future. Here are some resolutions that can help those who are newly divorced as you head down the road to recovery:
It is no secret that divorce can be a difficult and emotionally charged process. If you are considering divorce or are in the midst of one, you may be wondering how to make the process as smooth and amicable as possible.
Parenting today is a lot different than it used to be. Social media now infiltrates children’s lives from a young age, there are different social pressures and awarenesses, parents face busier schedules balancing work and family life, and so much more.
Virtual divorce mediation provides an alternative to in-person mediation perfect for divorcing couples who may not live in the same area, have conflicting schedules, or would prefer to handle things without being present in the same place.
Many people see divorce itself as a conflict, but it doesn’t have to be. Instead, divorce has the opportunity to be a smooth-sailing process in which spouses determine an equitable and agreeable settlement so that they may move on to the next great chapter of their lives.