Blog Posts in 2014

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  • A Few Tips for Improving Your Credit Score after Bankruptcy
    A Few Tips for Improving Your Credit Score after Bankruptcy

    Credit Scores can seem tricky if you don’t understand exactly how it’s calculated and what you can do to improve and maintain a good credit score. Credit bureaus calculate credit score based on four ...

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  • How to Survive the Holidays During a Divorce
    How to Survive the Holidays During a Divorce

    The holidays are typically a time for us all to be joyous, a time to celebrate and draw nearer to loved ones, family and friends. It can also be an extremely stressful time for those going through a ...

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  • How to Talk to Your Children About Your Divorce
    How to Talk to Your Children About Your Divorce

    Divorce can be quite gruesome for all involved, including your kids. Make it a little more bearable for them with these key pointers that every transitioning, divorcee parent should know. Tell the ...

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  • How to Avoid a Messy Divorce
    How to Avoid a Messy Divorce

    Let’s face it break-ups really hurt! Especially when there are children involved. So why make it worse than it has to be? Messy divorces are typically caused by spiteful spouses and usually surround ...

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  • One Late Payment Does Make A Difference
    One Late Payment Does Make A Difference

    A late payment on one account could cost you higher rates and fees on all of your accounts – from your credit cards to your auto insurance. More and more, companies are sifting through your credit ...

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  • Pet Custody Cases On The Rise
    Pet Custody Cases On The Rise

    There is an upswing in the number of couples who have fought over the custody of a pet during divorce proceedings in the past five years, according to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers ...

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