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November 2013 Archives

Post- divorce, allow kids to take the lead during the holidays

For Mississippi families that have gone through a divorce, the holiday season can be even more stressful than the norm. Parents want to ensure that their children have warm memories of the season, and worry that the altered family structure will cast a pall over the first few holidays after a divorce. However, with the right approach, parents can ensure that their children move forward in a manner that is healthy and happy.

Unexpected things about a Mississippi divorce

When a Mississippi couple decides to end their marriage, there are a number of changes that are to be expected. Most individuals who go through a divorce anticipate these shifts, and are prepared to deal with the transitions that come when moving from married to single. There are often, however, aspects of divorce that are not expected, and that individuals can have difficulty adjusting to.

When drafting a prenuptial agreement, speak to an attorney

Though putting together a prenuptial agreement is often a good idea for those contemplating getting married, there are mistakes that can be made in the wording that could ultimately make the agreement invalid.  It's for this reason that experienced family law attorneys should be involved in the review and creation of these agreements.

Study looks at contagion, popularity in divorce

It’s fair to say that divorce is a relatively private matter that most people want to keep in the family, but it often turns out to be more public than we thought it would be. Individuals often turn to their friends or close family members for support and encouragement through the ups and downs of their relationship. So it’s no wonder that the social aspect of divorce was examined in one of the country’s longest-running and most influential surveys.