Divorce in the News & Around the Web

Posted by Erin Birt | Feb 01, 2013 | 0 Comments

We can learn divorce lessons from others.  Below are links to divorce topics in the news and around the web for this week:

PTSD After Divorce [Huffington Post]

How do I pay debts after divorce? [Fox Business]

When the Vows Break: Celebrity Divorce Lists Offer Opportunity to Learn from Marriage Mistakes [Huffington Post]

When Divorce Makes a Better Dad [The New York Times]

There are many reasons why couples decide to end their marriage. Often, lessons can be learned from others.  Know that there are many divorce options available for couples.  For an assessment of your Illinois divorce needs, please contact The Law Firm of Erin Birt at (630) 891-2478. Contact us to discuss how We can learn divorce lessons from others.  Below are links to divorce topics in the news and around the web applies to your situation.

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Erin Birt

Since 2003, Erin N. Birt, J.D., CADC has focused her practice on parenting time, divorce, mediation, and substance abuse issues. Ms. Birt's unique background in both family law and addictions counseling help her clients successfully navigate the complex issues of coparenting and divorce. Ms. Birt also devotes her time to presenting at continuing education seminars for attorneys, mediators, and counselors.

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