Vacationing with your kids should be a highlight of the summer. Whether it’s seeing different parts of the country or world, visiting friends and family, or simply relaxing close to home, vacations are a time for families to connect and make new memories.
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We asked DivorceMag’s Facebook followers for the most important piece of advice they could offer someone who is going through a divorce, and we received some great feedback.
What happens when you don’t know where your spouse is? Do you have the ability to get a divorce in Florida? Of course you do.
Going through divorce is difficult. It can lead you through an emotional roller coaster that has you second guessing every decision you made before and during your marriage.
Divorce mediation has many financial, logistical, psychological and emotional benefits when compared to a traditional, lawyer-driven divorce litigation process.
Separation and divorce can be one of the hardest challenges, ever, but there are steps you can take to get through the process so much more successfully and move forward in such a better way.
I want to fully let go of that bitterness and resentment. I can’t carry it for thirty some years—it’s too heavy.
Keeping these 5 tips (plus a bonus tip at the end) in mind may help to make co-parenting an ex much smoother. After all, it’s still your job to raise your children to become successful, respectful, human beings.
Parents and teachers can help children of divorce by familiarizing themselves with the signs of trauma, teaching them how to cope with new situations, and helping them find ways to enjoy their new life.
A productive initial divorce consultation can provide a toolbox of information allowing you to reflect on your situation before taking the next steps.