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  • New App Aims to Help Families Struggling with Divorce

    Navigating divorce can be difficult, especially for families with children. It can be much more difficult to determine who is picking the kids up from school or sports practice, who is taking the kids to the doctor, when the children will spend time with grandparents, and generally learning to adapt to a new way of

  • Custody Concerns for Parents Who Travel for Work

    In today’s global economy, it is not uncommon for one or both people in a marriage to have to travel for work. Of course, some careers involve more travel than others. Sometimes work-related travel happens on a regular schedule, and sometimes it is heavier during one period of time than it is during other periods.

  • Tips for Creating Holiday Visitation Schedules

    Holidays are one of the most difficult parts of divorce. During the divorce process, they can be wrought with tension and uncertainty. Often, that does not change during the first holiday season after a divorce. In fact, holidays can often be difficult for divorced families many years after a divorce has been finalized. When approaching

  • Tips for Divorced Parents Navigating Holidays

    While we have written about this topic in the past, with the holidays fast approaching, it bears revisiting. The divorce process is difficult for every person involved in it, including both parents and children. Facing holidays for the first time after a divorce can be extremely hard, and many people do not know what to

  • Financial Aid and Divorce

    Parents want the best for their children in all aspects of life. From the time a child is born, parents imagine the wonderful things the new addition to the family will one day be able to do and experience. Education is one of the most fundamental aspects of raising children, and many parents go to

  • Divorce and Children with Special Needs

    Every child is special. From the time parents first learn they will be welcoming a child, preparations and plans for the child’s future begin. Sometimes, parents find that their child requires special care and attention because of any number of disabilities. While these disabilities may not limit a child’s potential and certainly do not limit

  • Helpful Tips for Making Co-Parenting Work

    Parenting is a unique experience and only those members of an individual family can truly understand the challenges of parenthood, whether married or divorced. However, the following tips adapted from HelpGuide.org can provide some insight into how to approach co-parenting in a healthy and productive way that keeps the true focus of your parenting where

  • Coping with Divorce: Post-Divorce Travel Trends

    There is no shortage of information and advice on how to cope with divorce once your settlement has been finalized and you are looking at taking the next steps in your new life. One noticeable trend that may have a place in how you eventually cope with your divorce is post-divorce travel and its role

  • New Research Underscores the Importance of Shared Custody

    The divorce process in Florida and elsewhere is often extremely difficult for those involved in it. Children are especially vulnerable to many of the pitfalls of divorcing parents. Sometimes during a divorce, heightened emotions can blind people to the needs of others involved in the divorce but who might not have an active role. This

  • Tips for Making the Most Out of Mediation

    Traditionally, divorce has been an adversarial process that can often be more difficult than needs to be. However, the last few decades have seen new approaches to the divorce process, such as mediation. Mediation is a process in which two parties attempt to reach a settlement over a conflict between them by allowing an impartial