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Year in Review: Getting Divorced in Texas

As 2018 comes to a close, we thought we would take the time to revisit some of our articles from earlier in the year. The following are 10 articles we published on our blog discussing topics related to filing for … Continue reading

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Getting Through the Holidays While Divorced or Divorcing

While everyone else seems to be giddy for the holidays, you may be feeling a bit glum if this is your first holiday season by yourself after a divorce. Trying to create a festive home may seem impossible, but it … Continue reading

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Vaccine Disputes in Divorced Florida Families

From Lawyers.com: Floridians sometimes have differences of opinion about whether vaccinations are safe for children. When a divorcing, divorced or unmarried parent’s belief about whether vaccinations are in the best interests of his or her children conflict with that of… … Continue reading

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September 29, 1875 – President Grant Advocates Universal Education Divorced from Religious Instruction

On this day in history, President Ulysses S. Grant delivered a speech in Des Moines, Iowa at a reunion of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee. Historian Ron Chernow characterized the speech as “a historic plea for public … Continue reading

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How Divorced Dads Can Improve Their Daughters Self-Esteem

A girl’s relationship with her father is important. Unfortunately, divorce may hinder a father-daughter relationship and make it difficult for a father to stay connected with his daughter. The good news is that there are certain ways divorced dads can … Continue reading

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