Topics from Divorce Magazine Newsletters

We invite you to review this archive of recent Divorce Magazine newsletters. We hope you will find them informative. The articles do not take the place of a lawyer.

APRIL 2012 NEWSLETTER

This month’s e-newsletter focuses on when to tell your children about a divorce; on how friends, family and community contribute to a healthy marriage; on making decisions about separation; on the merits of divorce mediation; and on tax traps to avoid during a divorce.

MARCH 2012 NEWSLETTER

This month’s e-newsletter focuses on deciding whether to divorce, on how divorce affects more than you and your children, on understanding your children’s preferences during a separation, on essentials to keep your marriage happy, and on avoiding negative emotions after a divorce.

FEBRUARY 2012 NEWSLETTER

This month’s e-newsletter focuses on how children of different ages deal with divorce, how divorcees recover psychologically, how to plan for a divorce settlement agreement, how to avoid parental alienation, and why sex with your ex should be avoided.

JANUARY 2012 NEWSLETTER

This month’s e-newsletter focuses on child support options, knowing when a marriage operates on a win-win model, rebounding financially from a divorce, shared parenting, and the warning signs of abuse in a marriage.

DECEMBER 2011 NEWSLETTER

This month’s e-newsletter focuses on preparing yourself for trial before entering the divorce courtroom, understanding the difference between sole custody and joint custody, managing fear and risk after a divorce, seeing how children cope with divorce, and considering the sometimes-possible option of a collaborative divorce.

NOVEMBER 2011 NEWSLETTER

This month’s e-newsletter focuses on trends such as the Internet that affect divorces, the role of separation in a divorce or reconciliation, stories shared by divorced women and men, and the psychological dangers of a victim mentality after a divorce.

OCTOBER 2011 NEWSLETTER