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July 2016 Archives

Why should you keep your married name after divorce?

Most women have continued the tradition of changing their last name to that of their husband when they get married. However, many opt to return to their maiden name when they divorce. For a lot of women, it's about reclaiming their life and shedding as much of their ex as possible -- including his name. However, there are some good reasons for women to keep their married name after the split.

Handling co-parenting issues

It's been said many times that the people who fare worst after a divorce are the children. Co-parenting isn't quite like anything else. There will be disagreements about bed times, special activities, discipline and many other circumstances, but these disagreements can be dealt with in a level-headed manner. Here are some common issues for co-parents and suggestions for managing them:

Myths about divorce

You've probably heard a lot of myths and cliches about marriage. You may wonder how much of what you have heard is actually true. Here are some of the most common myths about marriage and why couples therapists say you should ignore them.

Frequently asked questions about child support in Connecticut

When the parents of a child separate, the non-custodial parent is generally tasked with paying the custodial parent child support. This money is to help the custodial parent with the expenses of child-rearing, and as most parents will tell you, it can become very expensive.

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