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I Got Divorced At 37 And Never Expected What Came Next – A beautiful turn of events.

By Brittany Wong After 12 years, journalist Tracy Brown Hamilton and her husband both realized they’d become “really good friends” struggling to hold their marriage together. At age 37 and with no children between them, Brown Hamilton and her husband decided to split. “Within six months of our parting, we had both realized how happy […]

10 Things That Make You More Likely To Get Divorced – By Sarah Klein

Divorce Risk Factors   Marriage is hard work, period. But it turns out there are a slew of surprising things that can make it even harder. Relationship experts call them divorce “risk factors.” Like risk factors for heart disease or breast cancer, these traits and habits don’t cause divorce, and by no means do they […]

Gildin Divorce Law Firm – Everything You Need To Know About Starting Over After Divorce

Some people find the process of moving on after divorce surprisingly uncomplicated. (You know, the kind of folks who say they had moved on from their ex long before their marriage was legally over.) For others, closure is a lot harder to come by. The good news? Your brain may be hardwired to help you move […]

The Ultimate Support Calculator

For those needing more information regarding a child support / spousal support case. This FREE Calculator is extremely helpful. Ex Pays Support is a FREE Child Support / Spousal Support Calculator Service for Those in New York. Answer a few simple questions and in seconds receive information that will help guide you with your support situation. Try […]

The First Thing You Must Do When Your Divorce Is Final

It doesn’t matter how emotionally prepared you think you are: When you finally receive word that your divorce has been finalized, you’re going to feel a bit thrown for a loop. To help you chart your next step, we asked experts in a variety of fields (therapists, divorce attorneys, financial advisors) to share their best advice […]

7 Divorce Matras That Just Might Improve Your Life

Going through a high-conflict divorce is like living with a chronic illness. There are periods of relative calm, followed by stretches of gut-twisting agony. Flare-ups consume you and peaceful moments make you wonder when the next bomb will be tossed. When dealing with a high-conflict ex, the only thing that’s certain is that this person […]