Almost everyone has a Facebook page. From your 13-year old niece to your 80-year old grandma, everyone uses social media networks to connect with others and strengthen their relationships across long distances.
Most people count down the days until they can retire. They imagine golfing, reading and taking time for themselves – without the pressure of work on their shoulders. However, divorce often interrupts those daydreams.
Ending a marriage is a traumatic event for most Missouri residents. It requires countless conversations with your ex, court proceedings and costly fees for attorneys. It's not surprising that divorce often produces a significant amount of stress.
No one likes fighting for the property during a divorce. It’s an emotionally draining experience and usually ends with more people upset rather than happy. But it is a necessary step in the divorce proceedings.
Divorce affects all aspects of our life including our relationships, family and our homes; so it’s not a surprise that the effects of divorce often bleeds into our workplaces. But how do we address our separations in the office?
Most couples know that divorce is a grueling process; you spend weeks, possibly months, in court to split assets, decide child custody and establish the ending of a marriage. It affects your mental and physical health along the way.
We all know the feeling; we cuddle up next to our significant other at night and try to drift off. However, your partner’s tossing and turning keep you up all night long. Or maybe you are the one keeping your spouse up with loud snoring or restless legs.
Money may make the world go round, but it also ruins many relationships. According to CNBC, one of the leading causes of divorce is financial issues, including debt. And debt comes in many different forms including credit cards, loans and bills.
Relationships are intense, especially after you walk down the aisle. Not only are you adjusting to marriage, but you are also balancing your family, friends, job and personal interests. It’s not a surprise that many newlyweds find themselves arguing more after the wedding.
Entrepreneurs work extremely hard to build up their businesses. It takes months of preparation and possibly years to make huge profits. It helps to have a supportive partner or spouse to help you along the way.