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Online Divorce Forms; Making Sense in an Nonsensical Time

The popular website will soon reach the 275,000th hit milestone as consumers and savvy, financially astute adults turn away from traditional divorce pathways towards a more amicable driven pathway.

Younger People are More Likely to Use Online Divorce Forms, Older People Handle Divorce Better

Older, more mature people are best to handle and adjust to the stress of divorce far better then their younger counterparts. Ironically, as a website that made its fame by selling online divorce kits and do-it-yourself divorce our target audience does tend to be a younger demographic.

Don’t pay a lawyer, MyDivorceDocuments.com to the rescue!

The issues and the hostility drive the major costs in the divorce process between the husband and wife and Divorce Law often comes into play. Most attorneys will give you an estimate, however the cost can run past estimates because of the contentious nature of the divorce process.

Gray Divorce; Divorce after 50


A recent story on MSNBC is revealing what has been long suspected but never considered when discussing the Divorce Process; The divorce rate for people over 50 has doubled over the last 20 years according to new research done by Bowling Green State University. More surprising is that the majority

Do You Need A Lawyer For An Amicable Divorce?


Do You Need A Lawyer For An Amicable Divorce?

Not every divorce requires a lawyer; or complicated court processes. In fact, if both parties are in agreement about the terms, filing for divorce can be done with the right forms and downloadable divorce kits. While many people may feel a bit

Don’t Divorce Me! Kids’ Rules For Parents On Divorce


Divorces can be messy, and when children are involved, especially those under the age of 5, it can become even messier to say the least. Before filing for divorce, parents typically struggle to find a happy medium in order to decide what’s best for their children in times of dissolution.

Divorce Law Explained: the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act


Many spouses seeking a divorce have a multitude of questions concerning paperwork, lawyers, fees and a laundry list of other things. When children are involved in the mix, the amount of questions and concerns between spouses increases tenfold. Each state has standard guidelines, rules and stipulations concerning custody and child

Grandparents: Keep Out!

Divorces often creates a divide when it comes to families and extended families alike. Due to the fact that not all divorces can be amicable and have families fully agree with the situation, and go on living as they did before, divorces can be damaging both mentally and physically sometimes.


Pre-Divorce Filing Tips

Divorce is a messy business, but a business nonetheless. Entering into any business, one needs to know just how to survive and to stay afloat; otherwise, being in over your head is going to catch up, and fast.

One of the first things that needs to be done when entering into

Religious Conversion in Marriage & Divorce

Religion can often be a large factor in why spouses do not see eye to eye. One of the top 3 reasons, besides infidelity and financial matters, for divorce is conflict pertaining to religion. Many couples who are of different faiths typically marry under the notion they will raise any