Entries by Marilynne Ryan

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You can start over without harming your children in the process

Dealing with divorce and protecting your children at the same time It is not uncommon for a divorced or divorcing individual at some point in his or her life, either during or after divorce, to try and “erase” the past and start again; to pretend that the past hasn’t happened and try to chart out […]

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Looking Forward: A Helpful Guide to Envisioning your Life After the Divorce

How will I see my divorce in 20 years?  What will I wish I had done differently, and what will I be glad I did?  How will it feel? Here are some things you can look forward to, many years after your divorce; This information stemming from my many years advising and guiding clients through […]

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The Perfect Client is there to Help Themselves Through a Divorce

Divorce is messy, overwhelming, scary, and hard. A qualified attorney can help clients navigate the process, but the most successful divorces occur when clients help themselves. Here are the things we strongly recommend to anyone facing or currently undergoing a divorce. We are certain it relieves the burden-both long and short term- of this major […]

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Debunking Myths: 5 Frustrating Realities About Divorce

There are no punitive damages. Not for extra-marital affairs, not for being the spouse seeking the divorce, and generally not for other conduct unless it has a significant impact on the health or finances of the parties or children.   What goes around comes around. If you disparage your spouse to your children and to others […]