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Are You Ready to Buy a House After Divorce?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Divorces can be complicated. Assets need to be split up. Because of this, you may have to sell your marital home. So what happens next? Do you buy a new home after your divorce? Do you downsize to an apartment? Do you stay with family members? Determining the right living situation can be complicated… Read More »

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Stonewalling Likely to Lead to Divorce

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

You and your spouse just got into another fight. You told him he needs to get a job and stop playing video games all day. Instead of discussing the situation like adults, your spouse is ignoring you. You try to talk to him, but no response. He has put up a wall, so to… Read More »

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When Parents Are Divorced, Who Claims Children on Taxes?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Ending a marriage can be a complicated affair, but unfortunately, the issues don’t end once the divorce is finalized. This is especially true when children are involved. You may be dealing with child custody and support issues. But come tax time, you’ll be dealing with other tricky issues as well. For instance, which parent… Read More »

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Should You Seek Therapy After Divorce?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Ending a marriage can be a difficult journey. You’re leaving a (possibly) long-term relationship and now have to start over on your own. The situation can be even more challenging if you have kids, no job and financial troubles. It’s important to have emotional support as you navigate through the divorce process. However, finding… Read More »

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Should You Get a Pet After Divorce?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Divorces bring about a variety of negative emotions. To deal with their depression and anxiety, many people seek therapy. A more fun alternative, however, is to get a pet. Dogs, cats and other animals can help heal a broken heart after divorce. Pets can help relieve stress and give you something to look forward… Read More »

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Dealing With Your Child’s Education Expenses After Divorce

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

If you divorce with children, you’re going to have to have an amicable relationship with your ex-spouse at least until your child is 18 years old – and maybe even longer. At this age, your child will likely be focused on college. Each parent has feelings about what is best for their children in… Read More »

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How to Get Your Self-Esteem Back After a Divorce

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

For many people, a divorce is a soul-crushing experience. A person going through the breakup of their marriage is not usually in a good place emotionally. They often feel sad, depressed, anxious, rejected and worthless. This painful experience can really do a number on your self-esteem. You may think you’ll never be happy again…. Read More »

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How to Deal With Angry Tenants

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Being a landlord is not an easy job. Sure, you receive a monthly income on your rental (if your tenants pay on time), but disagreements are common in the real estate industry. Tenants may be messy or unreasonable. They may expect their landlord to fix an issue right away. Some delay rent payments or… Read More »

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Types of Misrepresentation in Business

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Many businesses make their money off contracts that they have with individuals and other businesses. When you agree to a contract with another party, you are putting your trust in them. You assume that they will hold up their end of the deal and meet their obligations. If they don’t, your business is on… Read More »

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Divorcing Due to Adultery: What You Need to Know

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

What would you do if your spouse cheated on you? Your gut reaction may be to file for divorce. But is that what you would really do? Not all adultery leads to divorce, but as many as 40% of marriages do end because of a physical or emotional affair.  Approximately 50% of unfaithful partners… Read More »

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