postdivorce

postdivorce

(ˌpəʊstdɪˈvɔːs)
adj
of, or relating to the period after a person is divorced
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A Although there has been a surge in demand for postdivorce settlement reviews in the light of some recent high profile cases, these all involve maintenance.
"Child Support and the Postdivorce Economic Well-being of Mothers, Fathers, and Children," Demography 37(2): 203-213.
Communication technology and postdivorce coparenting.
Internal working models of attachment and postdivorce coparent relationships.
[6-8] The analysis gets more complex when systems theory is applied to postdivorce families as those are characterized by a further number of subsystems.
Kindregan, Jr., Reforming Alimony: Massachusetts Reconsiders Postdivorce Spousal Support, 46 SUFFOLK U.
(6.) Irene Thery, "'The Interest of the Child' and the Regulation of the PostDivorce Family," (1986) 14 Int'l.
A risk and resiliency model of ambiguous loss in postdivorce stepfamilies.
In addition, CPAs can formulate a budget for postdivorce spending.
Spitzer, Moving and Storage of Postdivorce Children: Relocation, the Constitution and the Courts, 1985 ARIZ.
Might we read this as a metaphor of what Reese went through postdivorce and even postscandal after her drunken confrontation with a traffic cop?