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August 2018 Archives

Managing a new school year after a recent divorce

Now that school is back in session, families across Texas are getting back into the swing of the school year schedule. For those who've gone through a recent divorce, figuring out how to juggle a custody schedule and school schedule can be challenging. These seemingly small details are usually not part of a formal custody agreement, but they make up the day-to-day realities that can make divorce so hard to bear. 

The role of mediation in divorce -- a peaceful solution

When a marriage comes to an end, the entire family may be influenced negatively. While it is seldom the intention of the parents, their fighting may cause unnecessary stress with which the children may find difficult to cope. Texas couples considering divorce may find it beneficial to investigate the possibility of mediation, even if they have no children.

Is there scientific proof that divorce is contagious?

Many Texas residents have noticed that when one individual in their social circle ends a marriage, others seem to follow right behind. Now, a group of researchers have found evidence that suggests that divorce may be contagious within social groups. In fact, it appears that as spouses are 75 percent more likely to get a divorce if a close friend has gone through divorce, and 33 percent more likely if a mere acquaintance decides to divorce. 

Divorce: Hidden money and how to find it

When a marriage ends, the ideal is an amicable parting where both parties are satisfied with the agreement reached and nobody feels done in. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.  Often, divorce is the result of a loss of trust in one or both of the parties.

Issues of identity will factor into a Texas divorce

For Texas spouses preparing to bring their marriage to a close, issues of identity are often overlooked. Divorce requires so many decisions and details to consider, and addressing the less tangible matters can often fall to the bottom of one's priority list. When it comes to matters of identity, failure to plan can lead to negative emotional and practical consequences. 

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