Civil co-parenting after divorce is essential because it will determine how well your child adjusts to post-divorce issues such as visitation and parenting plans.
Children and Divorce
The challenges your children will face during your divorce will vary based on their age. So should you wait until the children are older to get divorced, or is it better to split now – especially if you are in a high-conflict marriage?
If you’re experiencing separation or divorce, use these back-to-school tips to ensure a smooth transition for your children this Fall.
Learn to recognize these 7 self-sabotaging side effects of experiencing your parent’s infidelity – because if you can see it, you can change it.
Your child’s school can help both of you navigate the choppy waters if your child isn’t adjusting well to your divorce.
Women, unlike men, find it easier to cope with divorce because they are more likely to seek professional help and reach out to friends and family for support.
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.
Although there is no such thing as Father’s Day in Divorce Court, the courts have begun to realize that fathers are just as important to children as their mothers are.
In this short video, a Divorce Coach offers single moms her three best tips for getting through the divorce process.
You need to find the right lawyer to suit your goals and pocketbook, and you need to help your children recover from the loss of their intact family. These tips will help with both objectives.