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Watch your actions during divorce, your children are watching

Parents want to give their children the skills they will need to succeed in life. When you are in the midst of a difficult divorce, you have to think about how your actions will impact your children. Even when you think that they aren't picking up on certain things, there is a good chance that they are paying close attention and taking things to heart.

Take your heart out of the divorce process

A divorce is something that impacts your future. If you aren't prepared for a divorce, the impact might seem even more devastating. One day, you might have thought that your marriage was doing great but the next day you find out that your marriage is over. We know that this is a hard place to be in, but we are here to help you.

Be careful with what you post on social media accounts

It seems as though social media is a primary source of communication these days. If you are going through a divorce, it might be best to avoid the temptation of airing out the grievances regarding the situation on these public websites. Even if you have your profiles set to where only friends can view them, there is always a chance that someone will share the information you post with your ex either through word of mouth or through screenshots.

With alimony, on either side, don't be too proud

Alimony can be tricky. Making payments to an ex isn't fun. Receiving them may not be, either. People don't want to stay connected, and alimony ensures that they are for as long as it is owed. Very quickly, for many people, it becomes more about the psychological impact than the financial one.

Should I get an annulment instead of a divorce?

In Pennsylvania, you can petition the court for an annulment or a divorce. Some people may believe that the only time an annulment is needed is after a particularly romantic trip to Las Vegas. However, that's not quite the truth. An annulment can help you in some ways that a divorce may not.

Facebook is a factor in many divorces

Social media has given us many great things in the last couple of decades, but it also presents very real threats to relationships. For many marriages, the availability of other partners through social media and the ease of reconnecting with a former girlfriend or boyfriend are some of the biggest causes of divorce.

What issues do all co-parents face?

Co-parenting is not an easy job. There are bound to be disagreements on bed times, discipline, vacation schedules and more --- even between divorced or estranged parents who generally get along well. However, learning how to cope with common co-parenting issues can help you prepare for those issues that might be less common. Here are some issues that virtually all co-parents who live separately face:

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