As a service to our clients, the Matrimonial & Family Law Department of Einhorn Harris Ascher Barbarito & Frost, PC  and Divorce Magazine are pleased to provide you with these informative Divorce Guides.  (If you would like to save to your computer, please right click your mouse and “save as” to your own desktop)

Divorce Guide

This Divorce Guide will provide you with informational articles and support you need to help get you through a time of major transition in your life.

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Financial Divorce Guide
The Financial Divorce Guide provides information on  key financial issues that often emerge during divorce.  Use these articles and resources to help you navigate the process to make sure that you come through your divorce with your finances intact.
Children and Divorce Guide
The handpicked articles and information in this Children and Divorce Guide will provide you with answers and insights to help you make decisions that are in the best interest of your children.
Divorce Recovery Guide

For most people, divorce is much more than a major legal process.  It is also a challenging time of transition that can impact every area of their lives.

The Divorce Recovery Guide contains articles to help you recover from the inevitable stress and pressure of divorce.

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Co-Parenting Divorce Guide

The marriage may be over, but the relationship between you and your ex will continue for as long as both you and your children are alive.

The Co-Parenting Divorce Guide contains information which will help create healthy co-parenting relationships.

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Mediation Guide

Divorce can be a long, stressful, expensive and confrontation-filled experience.  When both spouses choose to resolve their divorce-related issues in mediation rather than litigation, however, the process is usually faster and much less costly in terms of both money and stress.

The Mediation Guide contains articles, checklists, advice, book excerpts, and more to help you understand some of the benefits and limitations of this out-of-court dispute-resolution method.  The information provided can help you decide if mediation is the best way forward for you, your family, and your future.

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