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How to Break a Divorce to Your Kids
How to Break a Divorce to Your Kids

You’ve been thinking about divorce for a long time now, and you’re finally ready to start the process; however, you’re worried about how your kids will respond to the news. Unfortunately, studies show that kids typically don’t respond well to a divorce announcement. ...

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  • How to Break a Divorce to Your Kids

    You’ve been thinking about divorce for a long time now, and you’re finally ready to start the process; however, you’re worried about how your kids will respond to the news. Unfortunately, studies show ...

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  • Divorce & Siblings: What to Expect

    Divorce is never a simple process, and it’s only harder for those in larger families. For this reason, Epperson Law Group has gathered some tips and stats to help you understand what your kids are ...

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  • How Does Divorce Impact Children Psychologically?

    Change is never easy, especially when it permanently alters your life, and divorce is one of those things that will undoubtedly change your circumstances. While a divorce can be healthy for everyone ...

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    The average annual cost of caring for a child is $14,000, in other words, raising a child is incredibly expensive. This cost can be burdensome to parents; unfortunately, financially supporting a child ...

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  • Statistics: Children & Divorce

    The prevalence of divorce in the United States has helped researchers gather data on how divorce impacts families. In this post, Epperson Law Group will discuss pertinent statistics concerning how ...

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  • How Divorce Impacts a Child's Education

    Every divorce is different, but every separation drastically affects the family. For children of divorce, the strain of the news often impacts their emotional and social health. Studies show that ...

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