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Thursday
Sep062012

Podcast on Divorce

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"In my work as a therapist, I help families repair their relationship so that it does not end in divorce. However, sometimes divorce is inevitable. In this podcast I am a guest, speaking with Josh Clark and Family Law attorney Cristin Lowe on the divorce process, its effects on children and how to work together for the best interest of the children involved."

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    Marriage additionally called marriage or wedlock, is a socially or customarily perceived union between life partners that sets up rights and commitments between them, amongst them and their kids, and amongst them and their in-laws.

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