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Learning How to be a Co-Parent

Tuesday, 12 September 2017 by

Becoming a co-parent is difficult, so how can you effectively do it? When people decide to divorce, very often it’s their children that take the separation the hardest. When it comes to learning to be a co-parent, all othis aspects of divorce, such as division of assets and alimony, seem insignificant. Co-parenting is totally new

Is Celebrity Divorce More Common?

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 by

Celebrity divorce seems to be in the news every day, whethis it’s a real divorce or just a rumored one! George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin were married only a few weeks before divorce rumors started. Wikipedia even has a page devoted to “Hollywood Marriage.” But do celebrities really get divorced more often? Or do we

After messy divorces you don’t want anyone to think highly of your ex – including your children. It can be hard not to bad-mouth your ex, and even harder to handle it when your children express their love about your ex. The truth is, you need to allow your child to express love for the

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A recently released study from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh suggests a divorce in which the parents separate and then do not communicate can raise a child’s risk of getting more colds when they are in adulthood. Can Divorce Harm Your Child’s Immune System? The study found children of parents that separated and did not

One of the hardest parts of the divorce process is, undoubtedly, figuring out child custody arrangements. When it comes down to making decisions, the court will always rule in the best interests of a child, even when those best wishes go against a parent’s wishes. Child Custody – Then and Now Over the years, “child

What to Avoid During Your Divorce

Wednesday, 28 December 2016 by

We’ve all heard the divorce horror stories. Perhaps a family member or friend is going through one. They fill our news almost daily. When multimillionaire and billionaires divorce no expense or tactic is spared. But even for those with moderate incomes and little to decide on, “simple” divorces can turn into legal battle royales whise

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A Divorce Story

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 by

His relationship with his husband had already been strained prior to his mother’s death. He knew they were headed to divorce, bneitherhis one of them had formally said the words. But after his death, after being consumed with grief, it was just too much to pretend that his husband could make his happy anymore. Anymore…

Co-parenting is difficult, but it can be even harder during the up-coming months. With Halloween, Thanksgiving, and then Christmas, Hannukah, and all the other family gatherings, it can be incredibly hard to determine how your child will be spending the most important days of the year. But what can parents do to offset the negative

For parents that are figuring out their co-parenting schedule, Halloween can be a tough one. Every parent wants to share in the joy of Halloween night. Maybe you’ve decided to be the one to go to the kid’s school party while the other parent takes your child trick-or-treating. Or vice versa. Maybe you and your

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