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Conveyor belts are a great asset to businesses, whether they're used in warehouses, assembly lines, or other applications. In the same way, families are a great asset when each...

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Breaking Up is Hard To Do

Breaking Up is Hard To Do

When one says, “I do,” no one believes that it will result in divorce down the road. You can begin by setting short- and long-term goals for yourself.

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Mending the Heart

Mending the Heart

You will likely experience many emotions during the first week of your split. Here's how you can deal with them.

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Call a Lawyer

Call a Lawyer

One of the first things you will need to do is secure an attorney. Find out how to secure the right one for you.

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Breaking The News

Breaking The News

Telling your children about your impending divorce is often one of the most difficult aspects of the entire process.

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The Importance of Being Busy

The Importance of Being Busy

You may be tempted to sit around and mope during the first 30 days of your divorce. Avoid this trap by keeping yourself busy.

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