On April 1, 2016, you can attend the first online learning center for those thinking about divorce, going through a divorce, and moving on after a divorce.
January is International Child-Centered Divorce Month. Although the month is drawing to a close, it’s a good reminder for parents who are trying to minimize the effect of divorce on their children.
Nesting allows children to stay in the family home while both parents take turns living with them. Although not a common arrangement, there are ways co-parents can make the most out of this transition time.
Here are several important issues you should think about as you design your parenting plan.
Returning to school after summer vacation can be difficult at the best of times, but it poses additional challenges for children if a separation or divorce occurred over the holidays. Here's advice to help your children answer questions from schoolmates – and how to know when to seek professional help for your child.
Judge Lisa Gorcyca has ordered three children to juvenile detention for refusing to maintain a “healthy relationship” with their father, calling the case one of the worst examples of parental alienation she has ever witnessed.
Is it possible to create a parenting plan that accommodates parental relocation AND maintains the same proportion of responsibility exercised by each parent?
Father’s Day after separation and divorce can be rough – especially for dads who will be apart from their kids. Father’s Day is different when you're separated or divorced, but “different” doesn’t have to mean “dreadful”. Here are seven tips to help divorced dads beat the blues on Father’s Day.
If your child will be graduating from high-school or college this spring, and you and your ex can’t be in a room together without starting WW3, you both owe it to your child to suspend any lingering divorce hostilities before, during, and after the ceremony.
The declaration of war by one parent on another creates radioactive fallout that contaminates the family for generations.
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