Just because you and your ex-spouse are no longer together doesn’t mean you can’t co-parent peacefully during the holiday season. There are many ways divorced parents can make the holidays memorable for their children.
Holidays and Divorce
Divorce situations and situations pertaining to marriage after divorce can sometimes be more complicated than they appear. These are just some ideas of questions to consider for discussion when moving on after divorce.
For some divorced or separated parents, holiday parenting time may be a difficult time of year as their children may spend more time with the other parent and less time with them.
If you want to disagree nicely with your family members this Thanksgiving, here are five basic tools that might help you do so.
You can medicate away your holiday loneliness during divorce recovery, but it’s not a good long-term strategy. We encourage you to try nurturing yourself.
7 great tips for divorced parents hoping to decrease stress and increase fun this holiday season.
From a practicing divorce attorney’s perspective, here are five important New Year’s Resolutions to consider regarding marriage, families, and children.
If you are divorcing but still living together, you and your spouse need to make plans and manage conflict this holiday season. Here are 5 tips to help you cope.
Going through both a divorce and the holidays can be a mixture of emotions. With these tips, find what works for your social life during the holidays.
January is dubbed “divorce month” for a reason, as it’s one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. Follow our 4 tips as you divorce in the New Year.