Yearly Archives: 2015

5 Contrary Ways to Make Your Divorce Suck Less

If you are looking for an uplifting post full of positive tips on how to handle your divorce, this isn’t it. There’s no advice to, “Do yoga. Take time for yourself. Meditate.”If that’s the advice you are looking for then go someplace else because this is not one of those nicey nice posts. I’m not going to tell you what Continue Reading...

How to avoid a nasty and costly divorce war

After attorney Joryn Jenkins’ parents divorced when she was seven, she never saw her father again. Experiencing firsthand how divorce can destroy a family forever, Jenkins never wanted other families to go through that. Yet after 35 years of trial work, the attorney was convinced that the grueling divorce court process results in a long and painful experience for the Continue Reading...

10 Legal Mistakes People Make During Divorce

What’ s the worst mistake you ever made? For a lot of people, the answer to that question involves their divorce. They settled for too little. They fought for too long. They didn’t understand how their actions would end up affecting their children. They didn’t realize that the legal mistakes they made during their divorce could haunt them for years, Continue Reading...

Police Arrest Man In Death Of 2 Women, 3 Young Girls

A man was arrested Sunday in the deaths of two women and three young girls whose bodies were found in a Central California home, including his young daughter and her mother. Martin Martinez, 30, from Modesto, where the bodies were found Saturday, was detained about 80 miles away on Sunday in San Jose early Sunday and booked into a Santa Continue Reading...

Americans Are Still Divided Over Gay Marriage After Supreme Court Decision

NEW YORK (AP) — The Supreme Court’s ruling last month legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide has left Americans sharply divided, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll that suggests support for gay unions may be down slightly from earlier this year. The poll also found a near-even split over whether local officials with religious objections should be required to issuemarriage licenses to Continue Reading...

9 Must-Read Parenting Tips From Long-Time Stepparents

If you’re a couple who’s new to raising stepkids, you’ll quickly realize that the task is pretty much like parenting on steroids. To help you get through some of the initial hiccups of blended family life, we called on HuffPost Divorce bloggers and our Facebook community to share their tried-and-true advice. See what they had to say below, then add Continue Reading...

Who Gets the Pets?

Laws have been changing around pet issues for several years now, with courts, and pet owners, increasingly treating pets like family rather than like property in divorce proceedings. I’m in full support, as you can imagine, having my pup, Huckleberry, as a big reminder that pets are people, too.Across the U.S., it’s mattering less and less whose name is on Continue Reading...

10 Key Questions for Caring Co-Parents to Support the Kids You Love!

Divorced parents face challenges that are not only complex; they are long lasting as well. There are many variations of joint parenting, co-parenting and other forms of divorced parenting based on how well both parents get along, their geographical proximity, the age of the children and other contributing factors. Every decision made will affect the children involved — and the Continue Reading...

Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Helping Mom Dump Sister’s Body

ELYRIA, Ohio (AP) — The younger sister of a woman who authorities say was killed by their mother has pleaded not guilty to charges that she helped dump the body in a field in Ohio.Nineteen-year-old Hannah Tyburski entered the plea Thursday in Lorain County. The Oberlin College student is charged with tampering with evidence, obstructing justice and abuse of a Continue Reading...
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