Divorce Magazine eNewsletter

Robert G. Wellon and Divorce Magazine are pleased to provide our monthly eNewsletter. We hope this information is helpful and supportive.

NEWSLETTER - November 2019

Divorce News
Vital Takeaways from Jeff Bezos's High-Net-Worth Divorce
Jeff Bezos's divorce provided a peek into the life of the world's richest man & offers valuable tips for those facing high-net-worth divorce.

Legal Issues
Four Considerations When Retaining a Family Law Attorney
Consider asking all prospective lawyers these questions before retaining a family lawyer to represent you in your divorce or family law case.

Children and Divorce
7 Crafts to Help Kids Through Thanksgiving After Divorce
Arts and crafts can help kids sort out their feelings and remember that they are still part of a family that cares about each other, even if it's changed.

Financial Issues
The One Universal Financial Truth in all Divorces
After working with hundreds of couples, there are a few things I've found to be true every time. There is one universal truth in all divorces.

Relationships and Dating
How to Start Dating Again After Divorce
It takes a certain amount of time to recover from the emotional wounds divorce causes, but you will recover. The next step may be to start dating again.

NEWSLETTER - October 2019

Financial Issues
6 Financial Tips for Navigating Divorce Asset Negotiations
Understanding the financial implications of divorce before the asset negotiation begins can make an extremely emotionally difficult situation easier to navigate.

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Divorce, Marriage, and Cohabitation Agreements: New Considerations for Millennials
Millennials have much more open attitudes towards cohabitation than previous generations. Many have lived through their parents' divorce, so they won't make the decision to marry lightly.

Divorce Recovery
He Went Out for a Coke and Never Came Back: How I Survived an Unwanted Divorce
I didn't want a divorce; I wanted my marriage to work no matter what the cost. Or, so I thought at the time.

Coping with Divorce
Tips For Staying Focused At Work When You're Going Through A Divorce
Divorce related stress can interfere with your ability to stay focused at work. The tips below will help you separate your divorce from your work performance.

Co-Parenting after Divorce
4 Tips for Co-Parenting Effectively after Divorce
Keep your children's well-being a priority after divorce by maintaining a healthy co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse.

Newsletter - September 2019

Preparing for Divorce
Is it Better to Litigate or to Settle Your Divorce?
You could lose time and money by litigating instead of settling - but you must understand the likelihood of achieving your goals in court before making a decision.

Divorce Recovery
Letting Go of the Past to Embrace an Unknown Future
Preparing to sell our home was a daunting task. I felt like I was disassembling my dreams of a happy marriage and family with every item I sold, donated, or tossed.

Children's and Parenting Issues after Divorce
4 Back To School Tips for Divorced Parents
Starting a new school year is stressful for everyone; here are some tips for divorced parents to help keep the school year positive and organized.

Divorce Financial Planning and Investment
Using a Delaware Statutory Trust for Divorce Planning
There are many benefits of forming a DST, including limited liability, easy formation and maintenance, contractual flexibility, and favorable tax treatment.

Relationships and Dating
Will a Predator Come Between You and Your New Love?
Predatory men and women like nothing better than to come between someone and their new love interest. Here's how to recognize a predator.


Newsletter - August 2019

Considering Divorce
12 Reasonable Expectations that Could Save Your Marriage
Couples who learn to accept their partner's reasonable expectations could make their marriage more rewarding than they ever dreamed it could be.

Financial Issues
Securing Your Children's Futures If Your Ex Passes Away
Divorced parents often assume that their children will receive an inheritance if their ex were to pass away, but that can be a dangerous assumption.

Divorce Process
Personal, Property and Financial Information Your Divorce Lawyer Will Need
Once you've made your decision to divorce, your lawyer will need information from you in order to start your divorce process.

Divorce Recovery
Taking a Vacation After Divorce is Good For Your Health
Taking a vacation has many benefits, both on a personal and professional level. Here are some reasons why you should take a vacation after divorce.

Children and Parents after Divorce
Vacationing With Your Kids as a Single Parent
Vacationing with your kids should be a highlight of the summer - a time for families to connect and make new memories.


Newsletter - July 2019

Co-Parenting after Divorce
Summer Camp Sign-ups, Vacations, and Child Custody
You may have left summer camp sign-ups to the last minute - especially if you and your ex-spouse don't agree on how your kids should spend the vacation. Who gets the final say - and who has to pay?

Considering Divorce
5 Ways Drug or Alcohol Addiction Can Lead To Divorce
Being married to an addict makes life and marriage hard to navigate. Given the loss of trust and the lack of honest communication, is it any wonder that many of these marriages end in divorce?

Financial Issues
A Business is an Asset and a Source of Income During Divorce
It is important to know that the family business is both an asset and a source of income when it comes to property division and child or spousal support. Here's why.

Divorce Recovery
Divorce: It's Hard to Say Goodbye to The Memories
Divorce turns you into strangers with shared memories. The story that you and your ex shared is done - and even the memories are tainted. But it's still hard to say goodbye to the memories.

Relationships and Dating
What a Rebound Relationship Is and How to Avoid Them
The chance of a rebound relationship having long-term potential is slim; you need time to heal from your breakup so that you don't bring baggage into a new relationship.

Client Reviews
★★★★★
The emotionally charged issues that arise in divorce cases evoke very different responses from judges who see many such cases than from parties who are embroiled in them. To be truly effective, a family law attorney must understand both perspectives--and the written law as well. Rob Wellon has a deep understanding of all of those things. As a consequence, he is a wise counselor and an effective advocate. He is a true leader of the family law bar. A Quote from Chris
★★★★★
Rob was highly recommended to me from a family friend as I was contemplating divorce after a long and difficult marriage. This was unfamiliar territory for me from the start; however, his paralegals and office staff were welcoming and professional from the beginning until the end. I had been looking for a lawyer with integrity, honesty and sound knowledge of the divorce laws as we were up against a difficult opposing party. At our initial meeting... Sally
★★★★★
Rob Wellon represents his clients aggressively but he is also the voice of reason. His years of experience as a family lawyer are undeniable when representing his clients. I would enthusiastically refer him to any person who sought an expert in this field. Marian
★★★★★
Attorney Robert Wellon gave me a first-rate performance when it came to my divorce. From the first meeting and throughout my divorce he was a warm and kind gentleman. He asked me what outcome I wanted from the divorce and from that moment going forward I only had to relax and let him litigate my case. He offered me such conformality and tranquility during a time of uncertainty. He has outstanding strategic capabilities, ensuring a successful outcome. He’s a highly respected lawyer... Vivian