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March 2017 Archives

Divorce more likely in second or later marriages

When a first marriage ends for Wyoming residents, many may choose to walk down the aisle again. However, marriage therapists present statistics that show how a second or later union is much more likely to end in divorce than a first marriage. The therapists offered several theories to explain these statistics for couples across the nation.

Divorced? Here's what you need to know about filing taxes.

There are myriad details to consider when getting a divorce. One of the biggest concerns involved taxes. The tax implications of divorce are difficult to understand until you are trying to file your taxes. While it can be difficult to prepare for every situation you may encounter during your divorce, understanding the potential impact on your taxes can help you avoid unpleasant surprises at tax time.

Benefits issues in military divorces

Military life has many unique aspects. This includes in what benefits a person has access to. Here in the U.S., there are structures in place which provide special benefits to members of the military and their family. This includes military retirement benefits and military health benefits.

Study looks at overnights and child-parent relationships for kids of split parents

The relationship between a parent and a child is an incredibly important one, and it can be impacted by a great many things. This includes what time a child gets with each of their parents if their parents end up splitting. For example, a recent study suggests that whether or not children of split parents have overnights with each of their parents when they are infants or toddlers could have long-term implications on their relationships with their parents.

Co-parenting mistakes to avoid

The period before, during and after divorce can be frustrating and bring about emotional turmoil for the two spouses. In some cases, children will also bear the brunt of the divorce in one way or another. The situation gets more complicated when parents are required to co-parent after they have separated legally.

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