Holidays without your kids during divorce feels awful. The holidays will be different this year if you are going through a divorce. Painful, maybe, especially without your kids. You can survive and it will get better. Here are four tips.
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Protecting the children from the destruction of a litigated, high-conflict divorce by putting kids first, managing emotions, and staying out of court.
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