Category: Tips

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How To Get Replies On Dating Sites

Congrats! You did it—you matched with someone on a dating app. You’ve even taken the hardest step and started a conversation, asking how their week is going or referencing that funny thing in their profile. But now what? How can you be sure that you’ll get a reply? I puzzled over this when I first started […]

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5 Tips For Taking Selfies From The Dating Coach

93 million selfies are taken every day. That includes holiday pictures, profile pictures, selfies to use for online dating, and everything in between. But some of us don’t always get the perfect photo the first time. Some of us need to read a few tips for taking selfies. I’ll level with you: Gen Zers were […]

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3 Online Dating Tips For Success

Online dating can be tough for anyone. But there is every chance that you can successful in finding a partner online. Just follow these 3 online dating tips that I learned first hand. The Things I Learned While Online Dating Before I became a seasoned online dater, I had a trial by fire sort of […]

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Why You Need Financial Help During Divorce

With divorce likely being the single biggest event of your financial life, you need a team on your side who can effectively navigate you through every legal, financial, and tax landmine. To help you understand and take the important steps needed to protect your financial future and personal assets you should consider getting financial help […]

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How To Solve Co-Parenting Problems

How To Solve Co-Parenting Problems If you’re reading this, and are already divorced, you are aware of this gigantic headache. But read on, hopefully you’ll find affirmation in knowing how universal this problem is and will truly appreciate the simplicity of our solution. There’s More Than Just Child Support Let’s begin by examining parenting expense […]

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Before Filing A Petition Over Money Consider This

What To Consider Before Filing A Petition Over Money Read This Next Time You Want To File A Petition Over Money Add-on expenses are a soft spot for many divorced parents. When I hear from parents, many of them are frustrated over, late reimbursements, expenses that are not in the agreement, or just complete neglect […]

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DComply Is What You Need!

No More Texts, Emails, or Spreadsheets About Shared Expenses Imagine that whenever you pay for a copay, camp, or lesson, that your co-parent’s phone buzzes and within moments you receive a reimbursement notification. Now, what if every time a payment is made, the balance between you and your co-parent is automatically updated. Goodbye tracking spreadsheet! […]