When is Enough, Enough? – Deciding to Divorce

Deciding to Divorce Many people come to a divorce attorney’s office looking for the answer to the question – “Should I get divorced?” There’s no easy, cut-and-dried standard when deciding to divorce. Unless there is an unsafe, abusive situation most marriages...
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Haggard Husband: Considering Divorce

Companion article to “Walkaway Wife: Wants Divorce“ The Haggard Husband is the much-maligned, often underappreciated and misunderstood partner to the Walkaway Wife who may be dissatisfied with marriage and considering divorce. He is worn down by the Walkaway Wife’s frequent demands...
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Walkaway Wife: Wants Divorce

Companion Article to “The Haggard Husband: Considering Divorce“ “In my many years as a divorce attorney, several relationship patterns play out repeatedly including the path of the Walkaway Wife who wants divorce,” says South Lyon Divorce Attorney Kathryn Wayne-Spindler. The...
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Children of Parental Alienation Suffer as Adults

As incidences of Parental Alienation Syndrome increase, therapy professionals are looking at the long-term impacts on the children of high-conflict divorces. Children of Parental Alienation Suffer Later in Life According to Edward Kruk, Ph.D., “Psychiatrist Richard Gardner developed the concept...
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Emotional Recovery After Divorce is Essential

On behalf of Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates, PC posted in Property Division on Thursday, December 11, 2014. People often view divorce as one of the most stressful and painful experiences they will ever have to experience. This is because, in addition to dealing with...
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Marriage Counseling: Which Couples Therapist Suits Your Needs?

Second in a series of blogs about Marriage Counseling from Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates. The first was “Marriage Counseling: Does it Work?” The terms “Marriage Counseling” and “Couples’ Therapy” are often used interchangeably to indicate the process of spouses working out their...
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