Ann-Margaret Carrozza, an asset protection attorney, answers common questions about prenuptial agreements.
Be aware of the seven big mistakes Dr. Phil says mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law can make when their families unite.
Before you break your wedding vows, Dr. Phil suggests you answer these five questions, which he calls his “Divorce Readiness Test”.
Civil and family attorney Areva Martin and the National Network to End Domestic Violence recommend the following tips for improving your chances of gaining custody after leaving an abusive relationship.
Did you know that what you post online can be used against you in court, especially in a divorce?
In his book, Real Life: Surviving the 7 Most Challenging Days of Your Life, Dr. Phil explains the variety of emotions you can expect to face while going through a divorce.
Have you been dumped, betrayed or left so heartbroken that you didn't ever want to love again? How do you finally let go and move on?
Libby Gill answers some questions about her book, Traveling Hopefully: How to Lose Your Family Baggage and Jumpstart Your Life. Learn the keys to moving forward to a life you want.
Read an excerpt from success strategist and executive coach Libby Gill's new book, Traveling Hopefully: How to Lose Your Family Baggage and Jumpstart Your Life.
If you suddenly found yourself single, would you be prepared? Dr. Phil offers advice for starting over.
The transition into a blended family can be a difficult one. Dr. Phil offers advice on the roles, rights, responsibilities and expectancies that each family member carries.
Imagine having your partner's undivided attention to tell them what you want and need. Use this exercise as a chance to do just that.
Identify what it is in your lifestyle as a couple that is eliciting, maintaining, or allowing a bad relationship.
Just how dark are your feelings about your relationship, and just how negatively do you think about yourself and your partner?
Identify the problem areas in your relationship.
Dr. Phil takes questions and comments from the audience about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."
Dr. Phil answers the questions everyone wants to know about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."
Putting your relationship on "project status" means that you are consciously going to work on improving your situation each and every day.
Reconnecting with your partner begins with getting real about you.
Take this questionnaire to stimulate your thinking about your current relationship and how it has affected you.
These questions will help organize and guide your thinking about why you feel the way you do about your partner.
If you're not happy in your relationship, your needs are not being met. Take this exercise in self-discovery to understand what your needs are so you can make them known to your partner.
What the latest data reveals about who is getting married, when they're getting married and how many marriages are ending in divorce.
Whether you're dating, married, or somewhere in between, you can take an overall look at the health of your relationship.
Know your rights when it comes to spousal support, child support and marital assets to protect yourself if you're getting a divorce -- you're not as powerless as you may feel.
Divorce should never be taken lightly. Neither should abuse.
If you want out of your marriage, Dr. Phil believes you have to earn your way out. (Suffering doesn't count.) Answer the five questions in Dr. Phil's Divorce Readiness Test.
Being a stepparent is one of the most difficult roles any adult will ever assume. Agree on some very basic definitions of that role, and be alert to sensitivities associated with it.