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Find financial stability during your divorce

One of the biggest changes that you will face when you go through a divorce is learning to live on a single income. You are going to be fully responsible for paying your bills, and you won't have another adult there to provide you with a financial cushion. Finding your financial security at this point has to be a priority.

Seeking enforcement action for court-ordered support in Maryland

Divorce can mean a fresh beginning for your personal and social life. However, it can mean unpredictable financial entanglements with your former spouse, particularly if you share children or will need alimony, also known as spousal support or maintenance, after the divorce. While it may feel uncomfortable to depend on your ex after a divorce, it may also be necessary.

Know how to create a positive co-parenting environment

Co-parenting is often thought of as the best option for the kids, but it can be pretty stressful for the parents. Some co-parents fall into their roles and new relationship easily. This is a good thing that can benefit everyone involved because it simplifies the process. The issue comes in when there is a rocky spot in the co-parenting relationship.

Divorcing a narcissist is a challenging journey

Some divorces are based on the fact that one person is a narcissist who is so selfish that they can't cooperate with their spouse to make the marriage work. When you come to the realization that you are married to someone who always has to have their way and who keeps the focus always on themselves, you may decide that you need to protect your own mental health.

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