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Emotional Aspects of De-Cluttering During Divorce

When one is faced with major life decisions and transitions – having to determine what to keep is one more burden. Separate your emotions from the practicality of de-cluttering during divorce. Do not get rid of objects when in anger. My enraged spouse left behind the gifts that I had given him when he moved […]

A Conversation between Joe Sorge and Mark Baer Regarding ‘Divorce Corp.’: Part 6 of a Series

This is the sixth of a series of articles wherein I share a conversation I had with the executive producer and director of “Divorce Corp.” wherein we discussed the 58 reasons why I was unable to endorse the film. Since my last article covered points 21 through 25, I will start this article with my […]

How Will Your Divorce Be Handled, “With Common Sense or With an Angry Court Battle”

Saturday afternoon and your spouse comes home and announces, “I want a divorce.” Shocked and a lost for words, what do you do. This is a common response by millions who are not expecting to hear such words. If this is you, please know that you are not alone! As one who has walked her […]

WARNING: HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION CAN BE LOST IN DIVORCE TRANSFER OF MARITAL HOME

Almost every divorce involves either the transfer of ownership or use of the marital home.  What most people don’t know is that the transfer of either title or use of the marital home triggers a loss of homestead exemption and they need to reapply.  See:Miss. Code Ann Section 27-33-31. [link].  Divorcing persons and divorce attorneys […]

WHAT HAPPENS WITH HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS DURING SEPARATION BEFORE COURT INVOLVEMENT? WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

Your spouse has left the home.  You don’t know if they have a lawyer or whether divorce is imminent, but you are afraid or concerned because they have free access to the home.  What is the law, and what do you do? Until a court order is entered, both spouses have access to the home. […]

CHILDREN

Many factors are involved in determining the parenting arrangement after divorce, including but not limited to, the parents’ abilities to cooperate and communicate, and the parents’ historic roles during the marriage, and feasibility of a parenting arrangement considering the work responsibilities of the parents, and proximity of their homes after the divorce.  Issues of abuse […]

RECENT ALLEGED ABUSE CASES HEIGHTEN RESPONSIBILITY TO REPORT ABUSE

Child abusers are masters of deception. They often disguise their abuse with careers of service, such as children’s ministry, or church, or school.  They also conceal their character by attaching themselves to people whose reputations are beyond repute.  People seem to assume that people with great character will only have those with great character around […]

THINGS YOUR BURGLAR WON’T TELL YOU

I know I normally talk about family law matters, but this information is too valuable not to pass on.  The author of the following information also suggests you place your car keys by your bed so you can hit your car alarm button on your keys if a burglar enters, and to get wasp spray […]

WILL THE POLICE HELP? IT’S A TOSS UP.

There are many occasions when police are called upon to help in a domestic situation.  The most obvious situation is a marriage argument or fight. Another common situation involves one spouse trying to leave the home and take personal possessions. I have had experience with many different situations and many different police officers and departments. […]

Still Living TOGETHER After Divorce

You feel like the man you loved and had children with, all those years ago, can no longer see you. He dates freely and invites friends over as though you aren’t even there. The real tragedy is no longer the divorce. The gripping tragedy today, is that because of financial circumstances, both of you are […]