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Why do Narcissists think they are above the law?

This is a reminder that Narcissists think they are above the law. They don't believe they have to follow court orders on support or anything for that matter. It is currently tax day in America and my ex narc thinks I am just playing games. Not filing a yearly tax...

Understanding Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation has become a more affordable and ‘harmonious’ way to deal with one’s divorce. But not all divorce cases are meant for divorce mediation. In cases where you have an abusive spouse, the safety that the Court may provide would be recommended. When you...

Preparation for Child Custody Court Ordered Mediation

In child custody disputes, mediators can help collect information about each parent and organize this information in a useful way. During mediation, all aspects of both parents can be taken into consideration, including childhood, past divorces, past history, parent’s...

Enforcing Orders: Can it be done?

When divorcing your narcissist something I hear a lot about from clients is, "How do you get the court to enforce an order?" Something to remember is that the order is just a piece of paper and if you want to try to enforce it you would have to revisit the case in...

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Divorce and Alimony Formula

How do you determine what amount of alimony is paid in divorce? People are always asking, "what is the alimony formula?" Well, there really is no set alimony formula for divorce. This is in complete contrast to child support, which is decided based upon a specific...

Divorce: Tips to Get Through and Beat the Stress

Going through a divorce can leave you angry, in grief and filled with mixed emotions. In other words, it can be a time of intense stress. During this period you may feel like your life is falling apart. However, the end of a marriage can be the beginning of personal...

Divorce: How to Do-It-Yourself

There are some things in life you will surely enjoy doing yourself: building a birdcage, making a sand castle, maybe even something as ambitious as buying a house. But self-filing for divorce can really be a headache if you don't know what you're getting yourself...

Credit and Divorce: What You Need to Know

How does getting divorced affect your credit? Who is responsible for the credit card bills? Mary and Bill recently divorced. Their divorce decree stated that Bill would pay the balances on their three joint credit card accounts. Months later, after Bill neglected to...

Coping With A Divorce: A Simple Strategy

Sue married her childhood sweetheart, John, when she was only twenty-two. At the time, she could not have been happier and was very much in love. She imagined that they would spend the rest of their lives together. Sue met John when she was at school and they had been...

Child Custody and Seeing Your Kids – Visitation

Child custody has several forms, sole custody, and joint custody. Sole custody means one parent gets physical as well as legal custody, though the definition can vary slightly from state to state. Joint custody is another type of child custody, where both parents get...

Cheap Divorce: Yes, It’s Possible. Here’s How.

Cheap divorce is possible if you are fully aware of all the possible expenses involved and willing to make compromises. Try to put your focus on the variables like certain legal representation or the cost of different divorce kits or divorce form packages. Cutting...

Are You Prepared For Your Child Custody Hearing?

The court plays a significant role in determining what is in the ‘best interests’ of your child. The court considers all aspects including physical, educational, spiritual, emotional as well as preferential requirements of a child, so it makes a study of homes of both...

Divorce Filing Fee Waiver: State-by-State Guide

How to File for Divorce for Free in Every US State – Did you know that in every state there is a way to file at no cost to you? There are fee waivers in every state and if you meet the criteria set by your state getting a divorce could be done for free. Here’s how to get divorced for free in your state.

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