Creating a detailed parenting plan – along with some flexibility on both of your parts – goes a long way to smooth the road ahead as you begin co-parenting with your ex-spouse.
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A post-divorce summer vacation can be a time of healing after a stressful period. Here are four tips to set up your summer vacation for success.
You certainly don’t have to continue buying gifts for your ex on behalf of your children for celebrations like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, but here are five reasons why you should consider it.
Working with a co-mediation team of professionals during divorce provides you with additional benefits beyond working with a single mediator.
Premarital counseling sets a marriage up for success – and a successful marriage is a gift that will last a lifetime. At first glance, premarital counseling may seem to be a cynical choice for a wedding gift. We enter into marriage believing that it will be happily ever after, and a gift that gives even […]
Some of the post-divorce dating advice your friends and family offer is worth considering, while some of it might need to be thrown out!
The role of emotional parenting in divorce: should parents spend as much energy meeting their child’s emotional needs as they do their physical and financial needs during divorce?
If separation or divorce has left you suddenly single, here are 3 resolutions to consider.
If you are divorcing but still living together, you and your spouse need to make plans and manage conflict this holiday season.
Not sure how to introduce a new significant other to your children during divorce and the holidays? Use this “thought tree” to help you figure it out.