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Discovering Your Ex Spouse’s Partner Does Drugs

It is said that the moment you become a parent, your idea of life changes. This concept is often applied to describe a shift toward maturity and away from selfish endeavors.

For example, your college buddy, who used to hit happy hour hard on Thursday afternoon and then stumble into class half asleep on Friday morning, now shies away from going to the bar at all.

“I’ve got some odds and ends to take care of around the house,” he says before giving you a soft “maybe,” which from experience, you translate to a polite “no.”

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5 Reasons to NOT Hire a Family Law Attorney

You’ve come to the emotionally difficult decision to dissolve what you hoped to be a lifelong commitment in marriage, with the dreaded “D” word divorce.

Now, your first instinct may be to treat the process like an impending battle, where friends and family are forced to pledge allegiance to your side, or they’ll be characterized as a sworn enemy. The words communication and compromise, previously pillars of one’s relationship, are traded in for cold-hearted, cutthroat tactics running through your emotively-fueled state as you aim to get the best resolution for yourself.

You might think you need a professional experienced in executing just that, a mercenary of sorts or as they are otherwise labeled a family law attorney. But, before you go through with hiring one, maybe you should consider avoiding a lawyer altogether based on our personal experience handling surveillance for divorce cases.

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Splitting Finances in Your Marriage

There’s a saying in journalism regarding prioritizing stories that “if it bleeds, it leads.” This is true for money in any relationship, particularly in your marriage.

Finances are often a source of friction between spouses. These issues can stem from a disparity in income which then creates a divide.

If you are not constantly communicating, problems could be on the horizon.

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The Wrong Path To Reinvention

child_custody_investigationsReinventing yourself after a breakup or divorce can be an awakening experience, one which allows an individual to re-wire their activities and mindset to (in large part) start over. Maybe there was certain things that you were interested in that your ex prevented you from exploring; now without the weight of judgement, you feel free to reach out into the unknown parts of the world and see what it has to offer,

These periods of exploration carry an optimistic approach, one that feels open to possibilities. However, what if these desires to test the waters prove hazardous. Often when we discuss or suggest the concept of personal exploration, we mean investing time and energy meaningfully into yourself. But what if your responsibilities go beyond just you and onto others, i.e. if children are involved?

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Marriages are a Lot of Work

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Marriage is a lot of Work

A marriage is always changing an evolving and its so important to stay well connected to each other. Its easy to become distracted or preoccupied but in doing so it begins to develop cracks in the relationship. You need to listen to your spouse and also listen to what he or she might not be saying. Pay attention to the moods and vibes of the relationship. As soon as you feel things aren’t right then it is essential to begin talking to each other without any distractions. If things still do not improve then it is critical that you both attend marriage counseling.

Its much easier putting the time and energy and cost into each other in an effort to salvage your marriage than it is going through a divorce and starting all over with someone else only to realize that they will have a whole set of other problems and downfalls that your spouse did not. The grass is not greener on the other side. Sure someone else might have that 15% that your spouse does not have however that new individual will be missing a lot of good qualities your spouse had.

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