One of the most important things you can do is to maintain a good relationship with your children during and after the divorce.
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The hidden costs of divorce can be overwhelming when paired with the already expensive standard costs. Read on to learn about the fees you’ll have to pay.
It’s not easy living with your ex after a breakup. Here are some ways to create space and boundaries when dealing with this less than desirable situation.
Of the many items divorced couples need to figure out — such as who gets the house, who keeps the expensive wedding gifts, calculating child support, and more — perhaps the most important decisions revolve around the kids Depending on their ages, they may or may not understand what’s going on, and, regardless, it will be a difficult transition for them as well.
Since divorce can be an emotional, mental, and spiritual gut punch, why not try some activities that are especially suited to improving the whole you?
Planning a family vacation as newly divorced a single parent is a far cry from the vacations you planned as in intact family.
At the end of the day, divorce sucks, but sometimes it’s the remedy for what ails you. And, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Moving into a new home is always a hassle, but it becomes even more difficult after a divorce. Dealing with the pain of a break up can make it harder to go through the process, but there are many ways to make moving easier on yourself. By focusing on your needs and keeping things simple, you can create a new home before you know it.
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.
Whether you’re in the middle of a divorce or already divorced when your child comes out to you, your responsibility is to be loving and supportive. Here are 7 ways to help.