Even if you’ve never been through a divorce before, you probably have some idea of how hard it can be. There are so many elements to consider— your house, the cars, insurance policies, credit cards, mortgages, pets, and of course your children—not to mention the often devastating emotional effects that a divorce can have on your life.
Divorce can be devastating for both men and women. When there are children involved, the devastation is compounded. Not only must you deal with your own personal circumstances and emotions, but you must also deal with the reactions and emotions of your children. Children, emotionally, are almost always the hardest hit during a divorce. For this reason, the information contained on this site is almost exclusively focused on how to deal with children during a divorce.
Divorce affects everyone differently. It affects men differently than women and it affects younger children differently than it affects older children. As such, the site offers information from both a woman’s and a man’s perspective as well as it offers information relative to both younger and older children.
Although the characters on this site (Jennifer & Jason) are fictitious, their circumstances and stories are as real as they are for most men and women who are going through a divorce and more specifically, the difficulties of having to deal with the impact on their children in real life.
Due to a series of unfortunate events, Jennifer recently found herself as a new single mom with custody of a 5 year old daughter by the name of Olivia and a 2 year old son by the name of Andrew.
She now has to deal with her emotions and the emotions of her 2 children. Jennifer will answer many of your questions surrounding how to best deal with younger children.
Jason is a 40 year old guy who now finds himself a divorced father with three children, a 13 year old daughter by the name of Sarah, and two boys, Matthew age 8 and Jacob who is 11. All 3 children are living with their mother (Jason’s ex-wife).
He now has to deal with his emotions and the emotions of his 3 children. Jason will answer many of your questions surrounding how to best deal with older children.
The physical and emotional well being of the children is of paramount concern for both parents involved in the divorce. As such, the information contained on this site, deals primarily with the impact that divorce has on the children. We hope the conversations of both Jennifer and Jason will help you to deal with the actions and emotions of your children as they deal with the difficult reality of their parents getting a divorce.
Beyond the challenge of helping your children during your divorce, obviously there are a great many other issues surrounding a recent divorce that need to be addressed. With that in mind, we created and ebook to deal with many of these issues such as:
- What is a Separation agreement?
- Filing for Divorce
- Finding an Attorney
- Knowing the Divorce Laws
- Who gets the House?
- Child Support
- Finding an Apartment
- Who Gets the Pets?
- How to Tell Others about Your Divorce
- Staying friends with your “EX”
- Dealing with Finances
- Dealing with Insurance
- Much, Much, More…..
This ebook was written specifically to assist you in identifying the major issues that you will have to deal with during a divorce and it offers practical advice on how to deal most effectively with them.
A divorce can actually be an excellent opportunity to start over and rebuild your life better than it was before. Of course, in order to get to this point, you will first have to navigate the requisite legal issues of getting divorced. This ebook will show you where and how to get started.
You’ll learn, among other things, how to choose a lawyer (or whether you even need to hire one), how to get what you want out of the divorce, and what to do if you don’t.
Once the actual divorce proceedings are over, you’ll need to tie up the rest of your loose ends and begin your new, single life. Learn how to balance child support or single parenting with budgeting on a one-person income so that your divorce won’t drive you into debt.
Divorce is never easy, but it is possible to make it through unscathed, and even better off than you were before.
Are You Going through a Divorce?
Would You Like Help to Learn How to keep your Sanity and Increase Your Chances of Keeping your Money, your Pets, your Children and even the House?
The ebook Getting a Divorce…Now What? was created and written with you in mind. This resource guide will help you identify the major issues that you will have to deal with during your divorce and it offers practical advice on how to deal with them most effectively.
If you’re Going Through a Divorce you need Getting a Dovorce…Now What?