When divorce takes an ugly turn, a spouse may seek revenge for the wrongdoing that took place before or during the divorce. However, the simple truth is that this always backfires. Many women believe that they can control their ex through matters like alimony or holding child visitation over their heads, not knowing that the… Continue reading →
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Amy Montes on Thursday, October 19th, 2017
Posted in Children, Conflict Resolution, Divorce, Irreconcilable differences, Parental rights | Comments Off on Why You Should Never Base Your Divorce on Seeking Revenge
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