A more comprehensive and detailed parenting plan will help parents avoid future battles so that parenting disagreements will not escalate into conflicts. Like a peace treaty, a good parenting plan cannot anticipate every possible conflict, but it can identify likely issues and provide a roadmap for handling issues that are not easily resolved.
If you’re going to survive and thrive after your divorce it’s imperative you learn how to say, “NO.”
Cooking with your kids and bonding through food can build their self-confidence and relieve the stress of divorce. Making meals together can also help create lasting memories for you and your children.
Divorce proceedings can put an enormous amount of emotional strain on you. You may think that using the same divorce lawyer as your soon-to-be ex-partner can help alleviate some of that stress – both financially and emotionally – but you must keep the following in mind.
To ensure that you and your ex-spouse create a divorce settlement agreement that meets both of your needs and the needs of your children, follow these steps.
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?
What happens when your spouse has one foot out the door and you don’t know it? You weather the divorce storm and give recovery time to catch up to your feelings.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”- Buckminster Fuller
What does it actually mean to move on from your marriage? You might be thinking it’s impossible to really move on – let alone live your best life after divorce – but you can! Here’s how.
The idea of going to divorce court is daunting. If you’re nervous about how to behave in court, here are six tips for you to follow.