Holidays can be very difficult for divorced co-parents. Learn four important truths that will help you have the right attitude for the holidays.
Archives for November 2018
How to keep yourself safe and start a new life when exiting a controlling and violent marriage.
Understanding the financial implications of divorce before the divorce asset negotiations begin makes an emotionally difficult situation easier to navigate.
A comprehensive and detailed parenting plan is an essential tool when creating a healthy co-parenting relationship. It will help to stop parenting disagreements from escalating into full-blown conflicts and stabilize the children and family post-divorce.
If you were a stay-at-home Mom, re-entering the workforce after a divorce can be a daunting prospect. Keep reading for tips that will relieve some of your stress.
While divorce coaching is a relatively new profession, clients, attorneys and others who work with those going through divorce are finding that the divorce coach fills a void that existed in the past.
If you’re going to survive and thrive after your divorce it’s imperative you learn how to say, “NO.”
Why does it matter that the family business is an asset and a source of income during divorce?
Parents considering or beginning the process of divorce often torment themselves with the question of whether they ought to stay together for their children’s sake.
Bad marriage and the holidays. It doesn’t exactly put you in the mood to sing Jingle Bells!