Familiarizing Yourself With Popular Divorce Terms

You’ve just been personally served a legal document from the attorney representing your spouse notifying you that your marriage is over. This official document, delivered by a process-server or police officer, will mention many terms that are possibly unfamiliar...

Tips for Taking Summer Vacations as Divorced Parents

One of the hardest parts of being divorced parents is learning how to get along for the sake of your children and who gets the children when. Most parents eventually find a rhythm for co-parenting successfully, though there are times when it takes years. You may have...

Important Divorce Considerations for Children

Figuring out what life will look life after a divorce is especially important when a couple has a child or children. Parenting plans are intended to make transitioning from one household to two easier and can help parents prepare for the future. Whether included in a...

The Most Common Type of Divorce: A No-Fault Divorce

A no-fault divorce, a popular divorce term, simply means that the marriage is irretrievably broken down. This is the most common type of divorce when no one is at fault to break up the marriage. Though most people believe that marriages end due to adultery, cruelty,...