The Correlation Between One’s Occupation & the Rate of Divorce

The Correlation Between One’s Occupation & the Rate of Divorce

Is There A Correlation Between One’s Occupation & the Rate of Divorce? There are many factors that contribute to divorce, including income, education, race, age, and profession/occupation.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – How Can You Help?

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – How Can You Help?

10 Tips to Have an Informed Conversation About Domestic Violence October is domestic violence awareness month. Unfortunately, at one time or another we have all come across situations of domestic violence. As a divorce lawyer, I see examples of its

Blast From The Past: Preventing a Parentectomy After Divorce

Blast From The Past: Preventing a Parentectomy After Divorce

Attorney Robert Mues looks at Parentectomy after a Divorce, and lists six preventive measures you can take to avoid separation between child and parent as presented by Dr. Frank S. Williams.

Helping Kids Without Therapy

Helping Kids Without Therapy

One of six children has a mental health disorder, but most of these kids don’t receive professional help for their problems. If you can’t get involved with a mental health professional, consider one of these suggestions instead.

Dealing with the Holidays if You Are in Divorce Transition…

Dealing with the Holidays if You Are in Divorce Transition…

Going though a period of transition during a divorce can bring sadness and loneliness. Here are several tips to make this autumn and the upcoming holiday season one that has meaning for you.

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