Divorce Blog

Supporting Friends

Supporting Friends and Family through Divorce – What you need to know!

There is no question that for those who are trying to help their loved ones through divorce — your words matter a lot. That brings with it a huge responsibility and sometimes a burden you did not sign up for.

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Coping with Divorce

Divorce is not in itself Bad. Learn how to cope and embrace the lessons of divorce so that you can focus on less fighting, financial loss and preventing the children from suffering.

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Making the Grade: The Juggle Between Homes

Back to school is a busy time of year. Add the challenges of separated parents and the juggling of homes and calendars; consider these tips to help your children if you are divorced or recently separated.

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Accepting that a Marriage is over is hard

With the ending of the summer holidays may also bring the realization that your marriage has ended. Acceptance of the ending will actually set you on the right path.

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Back To School

Tips and Guidance on getting kids ready for back to school when you have the added challenges that go along with Co-parenting and blended families.

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Dog

Pet Custody – A new Trend for Couples Divorcing who are Pet Lovers

The decision of what to do with pets for families facing divorce can be as hard as many of the other difficult decisions that have to be made. Here is an introduction to the Huffington Post Article where you can find more details.

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Your Mother was Right: Play Nice!

The deep insult so many divorcing people feel is exceedingly hard to ignore… Play nice you say? Not me! On the contrary, playing mean has a much more attractive aroma. Surely revenge will taste sweeter.

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Calgary Flood

Calgary Stampede and the Floods

The floods hurt Calgary but we did not let it kill our spirit. Divorce rates increase after the Stampede but perhaps this year some will avoid the hardship of a marriage breakdown and embrace the lessons of the flood.

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Calgary Stampede

Helpful Hints to Remember when Stampeding

Whether single or married, Stampede gives us an opportunity to have fun. Get helpful tips on how to enjoy Stampede but not destroy your marriage at the same time.

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It’s time again for Spring Cleaning, your house and your life

Divorced or Separated? Get 5 practical suggestions on how to spring clean and de-clutter so that you can break down the barriers of emotional attachment to the past and plan your future path.

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Your Finances & Divorce

There are two things in Divorce, Money and Kids. Emotions can play havoc with decisions around finances and parenting, but experience shows that dealing with money first yields the best results for both your finances and kids.

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Are there really 50 ways to leave your lover?

Paul Simon’s girlfriend told him there must be 50 ways to leave your lover. In this day and age, avoiding the lengthy and costly process of fighting with lawyers is one way you should avoid.

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Does a good Sex Life prevent divorce?

If your marriage is in trouble — buy the best sex book you can find and try that before you spend thousands on therapy.

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Even Great Marriages have Bad Years

Rejuvenate your marriage. Here are just a few things that you can do that will help you avoid becoming a divorce statistic.

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January 7

More Couples Will Decide to Divorce on January 7 Than Any Other Day in 2013

After years of being in the divorce business, I know full well that January is the most common month of the year for couples to file their divorce papers, based on how busy my office gets that time of year. In fact, one can even pinpoint the exact day.

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