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What Is Co-Parenting?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Co-parenting is a buzzword you will hear a lot about if you are in the middle of a divorce or custody case. Some people misunderstand what co-parenting is all...

Divorce and Your In-Laws

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

When you get a divorce, you might think you get a divorce from your ex’s entire family, but if you have children, that side of the family will be involved in...

Two Turkeys, Two Menorahs, and Two Trees: Coping with Holiday Overload

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

Parents often try to focus on the positives of holidays when going through a divorce. You’ll get to celebrate twice! There will be two trees and two turkeys!...

3 Reasons Why You Should Settle Your Divorce

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

When you decide to get a divorce, you’re doing it because you’re in conflict with your spouse. It’s common to feel malicious and to want revenge. Taking...

How to Get Your Stuff Back After a Divorce

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

When you are working through settlement talks for your divorce or discussing your property division with your attorney, you have to make some tough choices and...

Dealing with Divorce Remorse

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

It is extremely common to get through your divorce, walk out of the courthouse ready to begin your new life, and suddenly feel as though you’ve made bad...

Make Co-Parenting Work

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

Co-parenting after a divorce can be challenging. Your relationship with your ex has completely changed, yet somehow you must find a way to function together as...

Living Together After Your Relationship Ends

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

It is not uncommon to find yourself in the position of breaking up with your partner, but being unable to physically separate because you can’t afford to,...

How to Navigate the Holidays When Co-Parenting After Divorce

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

For most divorced families, splitting the holidays is an emotionally wrenching task, especially when an idyllic, picture-perfect holiday season is all you’ve...

How to Prevent Parental Alienation or Abduction After Divorce

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

When you divorce, your children are likely your highest priority. Setting up a custody and parenting time plan that will benefit your children is one of your...

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Signs You Are Ready For Divorce

It’s not easy admitting that your marriage is over. It’s not easy making the decision to move forward. Many times though, staying in a loveless marriage or a marriage where you and your spouse have moved in different directions isn’t an option. So, how do you know when you are ready for a...

September 2, 2021 Read More

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Parenting Plan Modification

Parents can’t relax just because they have a custody order and a well-crafted parenting plan. Circumstances often change. The children develop new needs. Divorced spouses develop new relationships. Changes to an existing parenting plan may be necessary. Parents can agree to a parenting plan...

July 20, 2021 Read More

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Divorcing an Emotionally Abusive Husband

Divorcing an emotionally abusive husband requires a lot of preparation and hard work. You need to admit that your spouse is being abusive. Abuse isn’t just limited to physical abuse. There are many types of emotional abuse that don’t leave physical scars but do leave psychological scars. You...

July 15, 2021 Read More

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