201610.24
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What makes a happy marriage?

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Keeping your marriage alive and thriving requires effort and care. In the article below, Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW, compares maintaining a relationship to nourishing a plant. 7 Small & Simple Habits for a Happy Marriage

201610.18
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Divorce, retirement funds and QDROs

While it might come as a surprise, your 401(k) is likely to be a part of your divorce settlement. This retirement fund is classified as a joint asset, and as such, it is handled by filing a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO). Divorce and Your 401(k): What Is a QDRO?

201610.18
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Co-parenting: New Perspectives

Life challenges us at times, and co-parenting after a divorce presents a myriad of difficulties. It is important to remain positive and respectful for the sake of your children, as they are constantly looking to you as they learn how to interact with other people. Successful and Positive Co-Parenting After Divorce

201610.18
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Moving On: Repair What Is Broken First

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Healing is an important part of life after a divorce. While many factors complicate the process of accepting and moving on from the wounds inflicted in a divorce, it is necessary to close the door on your past in order to find happiness in the future. “We repeat what we don’t repair” embodies the essential message…

201610.18
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How to Make Your Divorce as Expensive as Possible

Divorce is a process that gets expensive quickly. While it’s possible to spend very little on the process, most divorces end up costing more than either party anticipated. The process of getting a divorce takes a long time, especially if couples decide to settle in court. Thus, while you might have good reasons to go through…