Editor’s Note: This article was originally posted in May 2020 on Forbes.com, and written by Kelly Frawley and Emily Pollock. Happily married couples seldom think about what could happen in the event they one day decide to divorce. But a healthy dose of pragmatism is warranted, particularly if you own or co-own a business. The potential…

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Editor’s Note: This article was originally posted in 2019 and updated in 2020 on Karencovey.com, and was written by Karen Covey. Just like drinking and driving, mixing social media and divorce can have disastrous consequences. Divorce is emotional and social media is viral. Combining the two is enough to create more drama and intrigue than…

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Editor’s Note: This article was originally posted in 2019 on Karencovey.com, and was written by Karen Covey. Divorce statistics are fascinating. You can find data that will supposedly tell you how likely you are to get divorced based on where you live, what you do, and what kind of wedding you had. You can also…

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Editor’s Note: This article was originally posted in 2018 on Institutedfa.com. One of the many things that makes divorce such a complicated and notoriously confusing business is the array of new terms, acronyms, and phrases tossed around throughout the process. Divorce has its own language, and it is important to be able to talk the…

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Editor’s Note: This article was originally posted in 2019 on Karencovey.com, and was written by Karen Covey. Divorce mediation costs less money, takes less time, and gives you more privacy and control over your divorce than contested litigation ever will … when it works. The key to making it work is preparation. These mediation tips…

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Courts are closed or operating on a limited basis, complicating efforts to end a marriage or renegotiate spousal support. 

When state and local governments announced shelter-in-place orders to slow the spread of the coronavirus, predictions that the lockdowns would force a reckoning in bad marriages and lead to a rise in the divorce rate abounded.

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