By following these five tips, you can help to reduce the negative effects of divorce on your children and prove that both you and your ex can be good parents despite living separately.
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Children need both parents after a divorce. Loving your children enough to foster a strong relationship with their other parent can be hard; here are 7 tips to prevent your children from becoming casualties of your bitter custody battle.
For divorced and separated families, the upcoming holidays can be filled with dread instead of joy. Follow these holiday survival tips to make things easier – for you as well as your children.
Many fathers believe that the family court system rigged against them: that gender bias still exists when it comes to child custody. If this is true, how can fathers protect their bond with their children after divorce?
Consider these potential negative effects divorce can have on children – as well as any benefits there might be for your kids – before deciding whether to pursue a divorce at this time.
If you share custody of a child and you wish to relocate out of state or more than 50 miles away from the child’s other parent, you must consider several things before making your move.
If you are struggling to co-parent with your former partner, here are some tips to help you manage the experience and make things a little easier.
Children will experience various emotions throughout their parents’ divorce, especially when conflict is involved. As a parent, how you handle your divorce and support your child during this transition will affect their self-esteem in the long run.
The kid stays put, Mom and Dad move back and forth – it’s a custody arrangement that is growing in popularity. But is it a good option for your family?
An Elmhurst family lawyer and certified mediator discusses parental rights and responsibilities during and after divorce.