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  • 1). Break-Ups And Doubts  By : CD Mohatta
    Shall I break-up? Am I right? Or my thinking is wrong somewhere? What if I hurt my partner with the break-up? What if I cannot live normally after break-up? Shall I recover from it? Should I break-up? I am having doubts about the reasons. I am doubtful about the consequences. I am confused. What shall I do? After life reaches a stage where living together becomes very painful, one begins thinking of break-up.
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  • 3). What is an Annulment?  By : Heather Colman
    Current info about Annulment is not always the easiest thing to locate. Fortunately, this report includes the latest Annulment info available. Annulment is a legal procedure for declaring a marriage null and void. Annulment differs from divorce where the court ends an otherwise legal marriage on a specific date. In strict legal terminology, annulment refers only to making a voidable marriage null; if the marriage is void ab initio, then it is automatically null, although a legal declaration of nullity is required to establish this.
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  • 4). Divorce: Infidelity  By : George Williams
    Divorce is usually most bitter when it is all about adultery. There’s no way around it. Hurt feelings and anger seem to fuel the divorce but rage surrounds it and it causes too much animosity for all parties concerned. Unfortunately, infidelity is often the main cause for divorce. However, there are ways to get through it and move on with your life. Divorcing your spouse is one of the most trying times in your life. You may have heard it said that the person would’ve rathe...
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  • 6). Quiz Yourself - Will You Survive Break-Up?  By : CD Mohatta
    I did everything possible to save our relationship. I gave in a lot, but I could not save. We will be breaking-up soon. That has already broken my heart. This relationship was made brick by brick over so many years. What all we did not do to make it last? But alas, we are breaking -up. This is a typical statement from a person facing break-up. How to survive after a break-up? Will you survive a break-up? Why not quiz yourself about it? The immediate effect of the break-up would be pain.

  • 7). Prevent Divorce  By : John Furnem
    From my experience couple trying to Stop Divorce are faced with many challenges, some of these issues and challenges are often very surprising. One of the people who visited my site sent me an email saying that I would not believe how easy it was to work on some parts of the prevent divorce issue, and that the hardest thing he and his wife faced was breaking the old habits, changing the way they conducted themselves, the automatic pilot that drives relationships into walls.
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  • 8). Divorce - Are You Feeling Cheated?  By : CD Mohatta
    Are you feeling relieved after divorce or cheated? After many divorces people feel happy while in many rather more cases they feel cheated. Why? Divorce it self is a very painful process and the times that lead to divorce are more painful. The question is why get the sense of feeling cheated after getting divorce? Let us talk about this. Relationship demands giving - People give a lot to their marriage; most of them do it except few.

  • 9). PASSION Ration cited in Divorce  By : kacycarr
    The Passion Ration The last straw to finalize divorce proceedings in a marriage is when adultery is committed. I would say the hurt is unbearable for the loving partner who has been betrayed. Innocent Parties like the children and family members automatically become involved to take their share of the heartache when a marriage collapses. Many couples manage to salvage what is left of their relationship and carry on regardless fighting a lost cause.
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  • 11). Divorce and Hidden Assets  By : Jean Mahserjian
    Not surprisingly, assets are often hidden in a divorce situation. Why - well simply greed, or the feelings of betrayal or anger at the need to divide assets in the divorce, or the fear of not having enough after the divorce all motivate the behavior of hiding assets. In divorce, the parties assets are divided. Under the divorce laws of some states they are divided equally and under the divorce laws of other states, they are divided "equitably" or fairly.
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  • 13). Don't Divorce Your Children  By : Jean Mahserjian
    Divorce is certainly an emotional time for families. In fact, it ranks as one of the most stressful experiences in life. However, it is not only the adults who experience this stress. If the adults are parents, their children often suffer greatly. Their suffering can not be entirely eliminated. A certain amount of grief at the 'death' of their parents' relationship is to be expected.
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  • 14). How to Tell Your Children About Divorce  By : Jean Mahserjian
    Whether your divorce is amicable or contentious, when and how to tell your children can be a difficult issue. Your children may already know that there are difficulties in your home life and marriage, but you may be surprised at the level of their sophistication and knowledge about divorce. Even if they are relieved to hear that a difficult home life is about to change, do not ever underestimate the degree to which your divorce can impact your children.
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  • 17). How to Stop Divorce: Find Out Exactly What To Do  By : Alex Fir
    Before you find out what you need to do to try to stop divorce, you must understand that in just about every state, you cannot stop a divorce by yourself if your spouse is determined to get one. In addition, here are three strategies that you need to avoid if you want to stop divorce: 1. Giving reassurance, such as “I've changed. I won't have another affair.
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  • 18). 5 Ways To Numb The Financial Pain Of Divorce  By : Brad Stroh
    Whether it comes before or after the papers are signed, economic hardship is all too familiar to many couples who divorce. Following a few financial guidelines can ease the burden during this difficult time. Each year, 1 million Americans divorce. More than 80 percent of divorcing couples cite “debt and financial distress” as the primary factor in the dissolution of their marriages, according to an American Bar Association survey, and studies find that most families suffer a financial decline following a divorce.
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  • 19). Joint Custody in Divorce  By : Erwin Seltzer
    There had been a growing trend, in Ontario, in family and divorce law, over the last few years, for family courts to order joint custody of children. The hope, by some, was that the parenting skills of the parties could be improved with awards of joint custody. The recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision of Kaplanis v. Kaplanis, has tried to put this trend into perspective.
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  • 20). Successful Parenting After Separation  By : dave4
    Separation is a challenging time for many parents because it is an adjustment to a new way of life. There are both positive and negative factors to separation and the corresponding changes, but one of the issues that can arise is the differences that parents may have in the ways that they parent the children. The key point or focus that parents need.
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  • 23). Reconcile or Move On, How to Decide  By : Colin Kennedy
    Should I Reconcile? You are older and wiser now, with an experience or two, and a decision to make. Your desire to reconcile is often a desire to live the dream. To revive your passions and the hopes you lived in the beginning. To return to 'Go' and start over with a new role of the dice. Purhaps reconciliation is not your own desire, but forced upon you like a load of dirty laundry.
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