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  • Secure your own oxygen mask before trying to help others.
    Secure your own oxygen mask before trying to help others.

    This statement is not just an airline travel fact, but a lesson on how to proceed in a divorce when you are the supporting spouse. As the primary wage earner, it is easy to forget about yourself as ...

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  • Turning Fear Into Power When Happily Ever After Fades Away®: The Series ©
    Turning Fear Into Power When Happily Ever After Fades Away®: The Series ©

    FEAR OF FINANCIAL INSTABILITY One of the fears that keep people in a dysfunctional marriage is that of financial instability. In order to conquer this fear, make sure to know as much as possible about ...

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  • Common Law Marriage: The Myth that Keeps on Ticking
    Common Law Marriage: The Myth that Keeps on Ticking

    As a young adult, I remember hearing about this concept of marriage which springs into existence based on two people residing together as “as spouses “for seven years or more. I remember first hearing ...

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  • DANGER, DANGER! Think Deep Before You Purchase!!!
    DANGER, DANGER! Think Deep Before You Purchase!!!

    In recent years, it has become increasingly popular for couples to purchase homes together before tying the knot. Getting the keys before the ring has more legal repercussions than most people can ...

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  • LGBTQ Divorces on Staten Island
    LGBTQ Divorces on Staten Island

    Just a few short years ago, same sex, transgender and LGBTQ marriages were illegal. After the dust has settled on the Supreme Court Decision which corrected the moral and legal wrong of those marriage ...

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  • Cheap and Quick Isn't Always the Best Way to Divorce
    Cheap and Quick Isn't Always the Best Way to Divorce

    We’ve all heard of the phrase “It’s cheaper to keep her/him.” However, that isn’t the case when you are trying to navigate a divorce which may involve children, property or both. Divorce matters are ...

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