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Guiding Your Children Safely Through Your Divorce, Part 3

Dec 14, 2016

How Can You Help Your Children Get Through Your Divorce? In Part 3 of our series, we offer practical suggestions you can can help your children survive your divorce. Check off the ones you have done and circle the ones … Read More

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Guiding Your Children Safely Through Your Divorce, Part 2

Dec 11, 2016

What Do Children Worry About? In the second installment of our series on guiding your children safely through your divorce, we focus on what your children worry about and how to reassure them. Recognize that even if you ask your … Read More

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Guiding Your Children Safely Through Your Divorce, Part 1

Dec 06, 2016

Divorce from a child’s perspective may seem like an overwhelming tidal wave of emotions — fear, bewilderment, anger, dread about the future. Parents who are sensitive to the stress the decision to divorce places on their vulnerable children often look … Read More

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Mediation for Divorce: A Sensible Alternative to Litigation

Oct 27, 2016

Written for the monthly newsletter for the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council, Debbie Schneider’s article examines divorce mediation as a rational, reasonable approach that offers significant benefits over traditional litigation. Debbie Schneider, is an attorney-mediator for Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation … Read More

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Divorce Periscope Cheating and Divorce

Oct 21, 2016

Attorney Keila Gilbert and psychotherapist Stacee Paley discuss the issues and emotions experienced by the partner who cheats, the partner who is betrayed and the effects on the children of both the betrayal and the divorce. Read More

Moving on in the Aftermath of Infidelity

Oct 19, 2016

Infidelity in marriage is a devastating experience. It may take years to heal from shattered trust and intense feelings of betrayal. Some marriages recover; many end in divorce. For any hope of recovery, both spouses must deal directly with the … Read More

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Bouncing Back from Divorce; the Importance of Psychological Resilience

Sep 26, 2016

According to Wikipedia, psychological resilience is defined “as an individual’s ability to successfully adapt to life tasks in the face of social disadvantage or highly adverse conditions.” It also states, “Resilience is one’s ability to bounce back from a negative … Read More

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Sep 23, 2016

There are three sides to most of these stories. As this news takes over the media, what’s important are the children. “I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the well-being of our kids.” ~ Brad … Read More

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Making Sound Financial Decisions Post-Divorce

Aug 18, 2016

What are my total portfolio costs?” Why you need to ask these questions and understand the answers to make sound financial decisions post-divorce. Divorce is a very stressful and emotional life event. Many people feel as though they are walking … Read More

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Children and Divorce with Keila Gilbert and Reb Brooks

Aug 09, 2016

Compared to the cost and distress of a court-ordered evaluation, mediating your co-parenting agreement benefits your children and you and your spouse. Reb Brooks has experience in both areas and can speak to why mediation is the better choice.   … Read More

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