7 Tips to Survive the Holidays and Focus on Family Life During a Divorce

The holiday season can be a difficult time for anyone going through a divorce. It’s a time when family traditions and expectations can clash with the reality of a changing family dynamic. But with some planning and preparation, it’s possible to survive the holidays and focus on what really matters: your family. Here are seven tips to help you get through the holiday season during a divorce:

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Your Family Law FAQ Guide: Key Questions Answered

Navigating through the complex terrain of family law can be challenging. This blog aims to answer some of your most pressing questions, providing you with a better understanding of the intricacies associated with family law.

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Choosing the Right Lawyer

Finding the right legal representation can be a daunting task. This guide offers some key considerations in the process.

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Post Divorce Life Changes

When a divorce happens, it could involve a couple in the following manner. The possibilities are myriad, but one thing remains true regardless of the specifics of any given divorce: circumstances will change in the years after your divorce.

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Pets and Divorce

Many couples choose to establish themselves financially before starting down the path to parenthood. For these couples, pets often replace the idea of children, and even in families with children, the pets are often viewed as integral members who contribute emotionally.

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If You Are Divorcing Be Careful How You Use Social Media

Almost everyone has some social media presence, it seems. You are probably used to posting pictures and telling friends about your life, your children’s lives, and anything else that seems necessary. Your soon-to-be ex-spouse may be active on social media, too, and from a divorce standpoint, they may be a bit too loose with online information.

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Women Hit Hardest by Financial Surprises After Divorce

Ending an unhappy marriage has many benefits, allowing both people to move on with their lives. Most Tennessee divorcees find great happiness after their divorce, whether with a new partner or on their own. However, there is no denying the financial impact of divorce.

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Is Marital Dissolution Right for You?

Ending a marriage is an emotional experience, but it does not have to be a traumatic one. Dissolution is a viable alternative to divorce, which gives you and your soon-to-be ex the ability to make your own decisions. Although it may seem impossible, many people in Tennessee prefer to have the last say over things rather than have their future in the hands of a judge.

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What Does Co-Parenting Have to do with My Parenting Plan?

Most parents understand that they must continue working together for their children even after their divorce. By focusing on the kids' best interests as the basis for their parenting plan, Tennessee parents can more easily engage in healthy co-parenting.

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Millennials are Disrupting This Aspect of Family Law

Overall, divorce rates are decreasing, and experts say millennials are to thank. These young adults are disrupting what has otherwise been an upward family law trend.

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