Divorce Harmony Blog

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Financial Impact From Divorce

The financial impact from divorce is real. From getting good legal advice and organizing all your documents to moving out and finding a place to live, a fresh start for the newly divorced is not always easy—especially when you start adding your finances into the equation.  In most divorces, both spouses’ quality of living plummets […]

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Why an Uncontested Divorce Makes Financial Sense

  Divorce and finances go hand-in-hand. Ending a marriage is never a simple process so uncontested divorce makes financial sense. But contrary to popular belief, breaking up doesn’t have to mean going broke. When couples can remain civil and agree on how to divide their assets, handle custody of their children, and spousal support, choosing […]

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Charitable Giving and The Affects of Divorce

Divorce, or dissolution of marriage, is a legal process that allows married people to terminate their relationship. Right now, all but two countries have divorce laws in place. This means that divorce is an option for the majority of couples that cannot work out their marital issues or have grounds for divorce. Divorce is a […]

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7 Things You Shouldn’t Do During Divorce

Divorce is one of those things life never really prepares you for. After all, not many people include separation on their bucket lists. Still, this doesn’t mean you can simply wing the entire process, especially if kids and valuable assets are involved. Since divorce usually comes packed with all sorts of overwhelming emotions, you might […]

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Co-Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents

If you have recently filed for divorce, we understand it’s not an easy task. Unfortunately, co-parenting after separation is also rarely easy. It is okay to be realistic and know you and your ex don’t have to be best friends after the divorce. However, there will be many bumps along the way. For example, coordinating schedules, […]