Pros and Cons to Divorce Bifurcation [COMPLETE GUIDE]

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Divorce bifurcation helps those who want a legal and emotional end to marriage as soon as possible, has tax benefits for those who wish to file as single, and prevents one party from employing delay tactics. Not all states allow bifurcation and using a divorce lawyer may cost more money, however.

Can You See a Psychiatrist Without Your Parents Knowing?

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Many people deal with mental health concerns or issues and wish to seek help. As a minor, getting the help you need may not be easy without your parents’ knowledge. Wanting to see a psychiatrist without your parents may leave them with mixed feelings. However, this could be an important step in fostering empowerment and a sense of being in control of your life.

Is Divorce and Remarriage an Unforgivable Sin? [ANSWERED]

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Wondering if divorce and remarriage an unforgivable sin? Many religious people truly believe and accept that it is an unforgivable sin to get divorced and remarried, but there are different opinions. Those who believe that it is forgivable believe so because God sacrificed his only son to die for all our sins in the Bible.

I Filed for Divorce and Now Regret It [HELP!]

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The United States has the highest divorce rate globally (about 750,000 couples divorce yearly). Interestingly, most couples divorce between January and March, primarily those in their first marriages (around 41% end in divorce or separation). But, how do these couples deal with the aftermath of their divorce, and do they ever regret it? 

Soccer Dad: Is This A Thing? [3 TYPES OF SOCCER DADS]

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You’ve heard about soccer moms, but what about a soccer dad? Yes, “soccer dads” do exist! Soccer dads are typically middle-class or above males with activity-driven children. They often own a large vehicle to transport their children to and from all of their activities. Soccer dads wear “athleisure” clothing and are perky with hectic schedules revolving around their children’s sports and activities.

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