It’s time to step forward into the unknown, trust yourself, trust your kids, and trust the process. Gather the courage to look for love again – for yourself, and to show your kids what a healthy relationship looks like.
Children and Divorce
While dashing through divorce, keeps your kids #1.
Here are tips on how to tell your kids that this year’s holiday traditions will be different.
One of the prime benefits of hiring a divorce lawyer is that it can protect you from making mistakes you’ll have to live with for the rest of your life; it also levels the playing field if your spouse hires one.
Here are some of the ways surrogacy can fill your deep emotional need for a child — and save your marriage.
Our kids don’t have two families, they have one.
You and your children can build new traditions and memories of the holidays that will endure the test of time and nourish everyone after divorce. The holiday season doesn’t have to be a time of stress overload.
With millions of jobs lost and work hours reduced during the coronavirus pandemic, it is no surprise that parents are flooding family lawyers across the nation asking for help to decrease their child support obligations.
Unlike a traditional divorce scenario, nesting means there is only one primary residence. Learn more here.
Preparing children for your divorce is no easy task, but taking time to talk to them throughout the entire process can help ease their fears. Use these tips to protect and nurture your kids during this difficult time.