Take One Step at a Time When Considering Divorce Divorce, like all life-altering decisions, requires a great deal of careful forethought and preparation. Indeed, the divorce process is often more complicated than similarly life-changing events (like marriage, purchasing a house, or moving) owing to the potent mix of emotional and financial turmoil that frequently accompanies […]
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Most of us yearn to be in a good relationship where we feel validated, accepted, loved, and needed. Problems occur when we don’t feel like this in our relationships – and those problems can lead to divorce.
Place the Focus on the Kids When It Comes to Children and Divorce When I talk with parents about children and divorce, the first thing they usually want to discuss is how they can protect their children during the process. The most valuable advice I can give is to minimize conflict and to ensure that […]
When you first accepted the reality of your divorce, it may not have dawned on you that Father’s Day after divorce would have a whole new look.
After a failed attempt at passing a flawed alimony reform bill in 2016, mainly due to an inclusion of a provision that would have created a presumption of equal timesharing between parents, the Florida Legislature is back now with what appears to another timesharing bill that would fundamentally alter how timesharing and parental contact would be addressed by Judges throughout the State.
Most emotional affairs aren’t physically sexual, but rather emotionally provocative & intimate. Here’s how to deal with each stage – and maybe save your marriage.
What to Do after Being Served with Divorce Papers One experience that no one wants to have happen is being served with divorce papers. This is especially true when it comes as a surprise. Through all the emotions and thoughts that you go through, the overwhelming question that you’ll ask yourself is, “What now?” Everyone’s […]
If your children won’t be with you on Father’s Day, keeping active can help dispel gloomy thoughts. Here are seven suggestions on how to get through the holiday.
Single Parenting Requires That You Lead by Example
Gray Divorce and It’s Increasing Prominence in Society