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Soon To Be Ex
A Guide to Your Perfect Divorce & Relaunch

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What Would Happen If Melania and Donald Trump Got a Divorce?

Originally printed in Town & Country Magazine by Corynne Cirilli Eavesdrop on a steakhouse lunch between divorce attorneys and you’re likely to hear them engaging in their current favorite sport: speculating on the marital arrangement between Donald and Melania...

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Bitcoin the New Mattress Full of Cash for Divorce Cheats

Originally printed in Bloomberg by David McAfee Soaring Bitcoin and other unregulated digital currencies are giving husbands and wives a new way to hide money in a divorce. The perceived privacy and anonymity that cryptocurrencies afford users make them attractive...

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This Is the Most Popular Age to Get Divorced

Originally printed in Bravo TV After walking down the aisle on your wedding day, and saying 'I Do' to a lifetime with your partner, the last thing you think about is whether or not your relationship will one day come to an end. But, in the United States alone, about...

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3 Ways Parents Can Protect Their Children During a Divorce

Originally printed in Family Time Magazine It is no secret divorces can get downright contentious – often because the stakes are so high financially and emotionally. But those already high stakes are raised dramatically when children are involved and one or both...

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Thriving & Surviving After a Divorce

Originally aired on Today EXTRA Is there really such a thing as a perfect divorce? "Well I think it somewhat depends on how you define 'perfect.' But, for the most part, I would say there are definitely divorces that are very very difficult, but there are some that...

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The GOP Tax Plan Could Make Your Divorce More Expensive

Originally printed in Bloomberg by Tom Metcalf and Christie Smythe President Donald Trump knows first-hand that a divorce -- or in his case, two -- can be messy and expensive. But if Republican lawmakers get their way, untying the knot could get even more costly for...

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Don’t let money be a divisive issue in a second marriage

Don’t let money be a divisive issue in a second marriage

The Collaborative Divorce: A Litigator Explains Originally printed in Newsday by Sheryl Nance-Nash According to the National Stepfamily Resource Center, 60 percent of those who remarry get divorced again. If you want to beat the odds in a second marriage, it’s key to...

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The Collaborative Divorce: A Litigator Explains

The Collaborative Divorce: A Litigator Explains

The Collaborative Divorce: A Litigator Explains Originally printed in The Huffington Post by Robi Ludwig The decision to get divorced or end a marriage is one of the most difficult, chaotic and traumatic experiences two people can go through. Whether one is the...

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