Monthly Archives: January 2008

Parents relationship after divorce: Its effect on children

 By Mayra Bamaca The process of divorce has an impact on every member of one’s family. However, children may end up being hurt the most if parents are not able to establish a good relationship after divorce. Even though about 40 to 50 percent of children will experience parental divorce before they reach 18 years […]

Best divorce strategy: Think financially-act legally

 By Joqtan_Anicama Make your financial concerns the centerpiece of your divorce, and work within the framework of the law. That is the most powerful position you can take. If you think financially and act legally, you will be able to anticipate risks and assess your needs, before a financial disaster hits. No one wants to […]

Did you know Dr. Bruce Fisher?

If you knew Dr. Bruce Fisher or were trained by him to facilitate Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends seminars, we would like to hear from you. Please add a comment to this post or write us at info@DivorceSeminarCenter.com. We’re collecting anecdotal information about Bruce to be included on http://www.DrBruceFisher.com, his official website, and are most grateful for your […]

Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends: A review

 By Affaire deCoeur This book is a self-help manual for those trying to recover from a divorce, or going through the process of divorce. “Rebuilding” is the feelings that surface during this trying and stressful period of your life are identified. It is comforting to read that we are not alone in our pain and […]

Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends: A reader’s perspective

By Inga Holmquist  A friend lent me this book when my husband left me and I was in the depths of dispair. I was reading anything I could find to try and help me understand, but this is the one book that really helped. I latched onto it like a life-preserver to a drowning person. […]

Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends: What people are saying

By Marylin Dalrymple  In its third printing, this book is a self-help manual for those trying to recover from a divorce, or going through the process of divorce. The first thing I noticed about Rebuilding is the feelings that surface during this trying and stressful period of your life are identified. When we are really […]

Dealing with divorce

For many people, their parents’ divorce marks a turning point in their lives, whether the divorce happened many years ago or is taking place right now. About half the marriages in the United States today end in divorce, so children of divorce are certainly not alone. But when it happens to you, you can feel very […]

Valentine’s Day effect

 By Kate DuBose Tomassi Ah, Valentine’s Day. Some say it’s the most romantic day of the year. Others dismiss it as merely a commercial boondoggle. Still others find themselves dateless and depressed. For those of you in the last category, it could always be worse. You could be retaining a divorce lawyer. While many people […]

Divorce and the holidays–New Year’s Day through Valentine’s Day

By Dareh Gregorian  The holidays are over, but it’s still the most wonderful time of the year – for divorce lawyers. The first week of January through Valentine’s Day is traditionally the busiest time for matrimonial lawyers, and this year seems especially busy, top divorce attorneys told The Post. ” ‘Tis the season,” said famed divorce […]

There is life after divorce

A married woman becomes a single woman for one of two reasons: death or divorce. The former is an honourable state, the latter is not. When a woman loses her husband to death the neighbours all rally round and provide meals and any help they can give with regard to household repairs or cleaning or […]