When Someone You Love is Toxic

If toxic people were an ingestible substance, they would come with a high-powered warning and secure packaging to prevent any chance of accidental contact. Sadly, families are not immune to the poisonous lashings of a toxic relationship. Though families and relationships...

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Grey divorce presents unique set of challenges

Older couples often have vastly more financial assets – and this comes with its own host of challenges for both the divorcing couples and their financial advisors. Unhappy woman being angry against an old man on the sofa The rising...

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What Divorced Parents Need to Know About Co-Parenting After the Split

Divorce may change the way a family looks, but it does not have to (and shouldn’t) break it completely. Parents who can manage to stay civil and connected when their marriage ends offer their kid much better outcomes. That’s...

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3 Ways to Protect Your Children from Parental Conflict During Divorce

Parental conflict can do more harm to a child than having separated parents. Follow these tips on protecting your children from any conflict that may arise during your divorce. When couples consider whether or not to divorce, a major consideration...

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Grey divorce: Why are more baby boomers ending their marriages when they get older?

Whether you call them “silver splitters” or “diamond divorcees,” more and more baby boomers are getting divorced when you’d expect them to settle into retirement together. Researchers have documented sharp increases in “grey divorce” rates among boomers in the U.S., Australia, India and the U.K.....

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10 Essentials of Co-Parenting After a Divorce

If you have been through or are currently facing a divorce, by this point you know the difficulty that comes with the process. However, the unpleasant aspects don’t just disappear once a divorce is finalized. For those with children,...

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Grey divorce: Why are more baby boomers ending their marriages when they get older?

Whether you call them “silver splitters” or “diamond divorcees,” more and more baby boomers are getting divorced when you’d expect them to settle into retirement together. Researchers have documented sharp increases in “grey divorce” rates among boomers in the U.S., Australia, India and the U.K.....

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4 Main Challenges Of A Grey Divorce

Grey divorce is a new demographic trend, and it is rather concerning that this trend has accelerated in the 21st century.  In the 1990s, only 1 in 10 people over age 50 were divorced. Currently, 1 in 4 people are going...

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10 Essentials of Co-Parenting After a Divorce

If you have been through or are currently facing a divorce, by this point you know the difficulty that comes with the process. However, the unpleasant aspects don’t just disappear once a divorce is finalized. For those with children,...

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Will I Lose My Alimony If I Go Back to Work?

With the dramatic cost of childcare in the U.S. (estimated to be $11,666 per year) and our country’s less-than-stellar family-friendly labor laws, it’s understandable that 26% of women aren’t in the workforce. However, that decision could hurt women dramatically when...

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