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