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Christina Rowe learned the hard way about the perils of divorce. She was a happily married woman with four children. Then Christina caught her husband cheating and her life spiraled out of control.

Catching her husband cheating was only the beginning of her nightmare. Divorce proceedings plunged her into a private hell of corrupt lawyers, ugly conflicts with in-laws, financial problems that threatened her four children, and a stubbornly volatile deadbeat ex.



Eventually Christina's life got better. She made it through the storm. In her new book, Seven Secrets to a Successful Divorce, Christina reveals the secrets to a successful divorce for women. She shares her story and gives specific tips and recommendations on how not to be taken advantage of during the divorce process.
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Tough Times for Single Parents

With the recent increases in gas and food prices and the new school year around the corner, single parents need all the help they can get stretching a dollar. For most of us, the next few weeks will be spent buying school clothes and supplies and having to spend money on school lunches, after school activities and all of the other expenses the new school year brings.



So if our earnings and/or child support has not increased, yet all of our expenses have, how are we supposed to get… Continue

Posted on August 29, 2008 at 12:44am

Successful Co-Parenting After a Nasty Split: Is it Possible?

If you have children and are going through a difficult divorce, you may wonder how you are going to be able to co-parent your children with your ex. If you could not get along well enough to resolve your differences during the divorce, parenting without hostility will most likely be a challenge.



But even in the worst divorce cases, there have been parents who have been able to put aside their differences and co-parent in a healthy and positive way. If you are dealing with an ex with… Continue

Posted on August 29, 2008 at 12:43am — 1 Comment

Warning: Scam may affect your child support payments

If you receive child support payments through a debit card then you need to know about a new scam targeting parents. Thousands of parents across the country have reported receiving messages asking them for personal information about their debt cards.



The card, known as EPPICard, is given to custodial parents as a way to receive child support payments instead of a direct bank deposit. The parent can use the card as a credit card in stores and also withdraw cash. It seemed like a great… Continue

Posted on August 29, 2008 at 12:40am

Social Security and Divorce: What are you entitled to?...

My 62 year old widowed mother recently began receiving my father's social security death benefits. We had to call the social security office to find out how the process works. I became curious about what benefits- if any-divorced people are entitled to. During my own divorce, my lawyer never discussed this issue with me. After 13 years of marriage, most of those spent as a stay at home mom, if I would be entitled to my ex-husband's social security benefits.



I went to the government's… Continue

Posted on August 29, 2008 at 12:39am

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At 11:04am on July 1, 2008, Cindy Harari said…
Hi Christina,
So good to hear from you. Looking forward to catching up very soon.
Cindy
At 5:32pm on May 2, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Hi Christina -

I'm so excited for you about the Divorce Expo that you are heading up with member Roz Sedacca! Please be sure to post a blog on it, and I'll be happy to do a broadcast message to our members about it! Thanks so much for doing a lot to get the message of peaceful divorce out there!

Warm regards,

Cynthia Tiano, Esq.
"The Mediator"
At 11:59pm on February 19, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Hi Christina -

Welcome aboard! We're honored to have you here and look forward to you joining forces with us to get the message of Peaceful Divorce out there!

I'm really excited about our work together. The whole is greater than the sum of the parts!

Cynthia
At 8:01pm on February 18, 2008, Jeffrey Malone Master Spiritual Divorce Coach said…
Christina,

I would love to connect and learn more about your work and your book. I really want to help women and men heal from the emotional trauma like you describe in your divorce story. Spiritual Divorce sounds like the perfect companion for your book. I help people turn their divorce into a catalyst for an even better life as you have with your life after divorce.

I would love to know more about what you are doing and how we could collaborate. You can learn more about Spiritual Divorce or me by visisting www.spiritualdivorce.com or www.debbieford.com.

Warmly,

Jeff
 
 
 

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An Elegant Solution: The Child Support Account

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Withholding: A Down Payment, not a Tax

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Projecting Your 2018 Taxes

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Mediators: The Swiss Army Knife of Divorce

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The Top 3 Reasons to Choose Mediation

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