McKinley Irvin Blogs from February 2019

  • How To Survive the First Year After a Divorce

    How To Survive the First Year After a Divorce The first year after your divorce will be filled with new experiences, both good and bad. You might have a great time dating again, or you might deal with serious financial setbacks while adjusting to a single income. Whatever obstacles you face, take comfort in knowing you aren’t alone. Up to half of all marriages end in divorce, which means there are several people like you who are learning how to adjust and acclimate to life after divorce. The important thing to remember is that you have options, and you get to start this ...
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  • Divorce Tip: Planning for Your Child's Education

    Divorce Tip: Planning for Your Child's Education For many people, child support is a necessary expense meant to support a child of divorce or separation until he or she has reached 18 years of age. However, for parents of children seeking a secondary education, expenses reach well into their child’s early adulthood. Most parents support their child’s wishes to go to a good college, trade school, or training program, but finding the funds for such an expense can be tricky, especially for divorced parents. If you are going through a divorce and are concerned about the future ...
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