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Use of social media can lead to divorce

Individuals in Texas might decide to divorce for any number of reasons. For example, maybe they believe they do not feel as connected today as they used to be, which may mean it is time to get a divorce. Part of the reason for this lack of connection in many situations might be the use of social media.

Financial mistakes can be detrimental following divorce

The dissolution of a marriage in Texas can be costly in a number of ways. In addition to taking an emotional toll on a spouse, it can unfortunately take a financial toll, too. Here is a glimpse at a couple of financial mistakes that people make following divorce and why avoiding these mistakes is so important.

Mediation may make divorce easier to navigate

No matter how hard two people in Texas may try to make their marriage work, sometimes it simply cannot happen. However, that does not mean that going through a potentially nasty divorce is unavoidable. Mediation is an alternative to divorce litigation that may help make the divorce process much more palatable for all parties involved.

Divorce may stem from particular personality traits

On their wedding day, two people in Texas may look forward to spending many years together. In many cases, though, they cannot make their marriages last long term. Sometimes, divorce is unavoidable due to problems stemming from the particular personality traits of one or both of the spouses. Here is a look at a few personality traits that could cause a marriage to fail down the road.

Dating after divorce may have profound impact on children

Dissolving a marriage in Texas can be challenging for the entire family going through the process. However, the children may especially take the divorce hard. Here is a glimpse at how a divorcing parent can help to ease the transition for his or her children, particularly if he or she ends up finding a new partner following the marital breakup.

Divorce doesn't have to negatively impact school year

Embarking on a new year of school in Texas can spark a wide range of emotions, from excitement to apprehension. It can be particular unsettling and stressful for children who are experiencing the divorce of their parents at the same time. Divorcing parents, however, can help their children to confidently transition to the new school year by keeping the lines of communication open with them.

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