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Oct 27, 2020

Finding A Divorce Recovery Therapist Who Matches Your Needs

Divorce and Spirituality, Divorce Survival, Mediation Services

The emotional impact of divorce includes feelings of sadness, fear, anger, low self -esteem, confusion and relief. Logistical uncertainties regarding finances, residence, career, co-parenting, social …

Christine Lombardo-Zaun, Esq
Oct 22, 2020

Parental Alienation Part 3: Coping Strategies

Blog, Children and Divorce, Divorce and Children

As noted in Part 2 of this series, parental alienation can be life-changing for the targeted parent. It is painful, it is unfair, and it …

Sep 24, 2020

Pitfalls of an Economy Divorce (Part 1)

Divorce Attorney, Divorce in Pennsylvania, Divorce Mediation

A divorce affects every aspect of your life as well as the lives of your children. The internet is inundated with legal firms promising a …

New Partner after Divorce
Sep 16, 2020

New Partner After Divorce: Fueling the Divorce Fire, Part 3

Blog, Cheating and Infidelity, Divorce Mediation, Divorce Survival

New Partner Revives Pre-divorce Emotions Finally, there is one more surprising anomaly that I have observed in my years of working with divorcing couples. After …

New Partner after Divorce
Sep 10, 2020

Dating While Divorcing: Fueling the Divorce Fire, Part 2

Cheating and Infidelity, Divorce Survival

Get Your Life in Order Before You Start Dating When one spouse starts dating while the divorce is still pending, it creates a very volatile …

New Partner after Divorce
Sep 2, 2020

Fueling the Fire: Infidelity and Divorce, Part 1

Blog, Cheating and Infidelity

Navigating an Emotional Minefield After living through my own divorce and helping thousands of people through theirs, I have learned many important lessons never taught …

Your Children Your Divorce Their Teachers
Aug 27, 2020

Why It’s Important for Your Child’s Teachers to Know about Your Divorce

Blog, Children and Divorce, Co-Parenting, Divorce and Children

A common mistake is this: the teacher and school staff are assuming this child lives in a two parent home. The beginning of school, school events, and issues that come up while a child is in school, like the above example, can highlight change in the home for both the child and parents.

Michael Hughes, attorney-mediator at Alpha center for Divorce Mediation
Aug 20, 2020

How to Calculate Alimony in Pennsylvania

Dividing Finances, Divorce and Finances, Divorce and the Law, Divorce in Pennsylvania, Divorce Mediation

What is the Purpose of Alimony? First, let’s define alimony. Alimony is a post-divorce payment that one divorced spouse makes to the other. It is …

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Aug 6, 2020

Parental Alienation Syndrome – Part 2: The Damage Done to Children

Children and Divorce, Divorce and Children, Divorce Mediation

Good Cop, Bad Cop Gone Rogue As parents, we know the game of “Good Cop, Bad Cop”, right? This strategy works at times for families …

Bouncing Back from Divorce; the Importance of Psychological Resilience
Jul 31, 2020

Bouncing Back from Divorce: the Importance of Psychological Resilience

Divorce Survival

Bouncing Back from Divorce; the Importance of Psychological Resilience Psychological resilience is an individual’s ability to successfully adapt to life tasks in the face of …

A Special Child and Divorce
Jul 23, 2020

A Special Needs Child and Divorce

Blog, Children and Divorce, Divorce and Children, Protect the Children

Few things more difficult than going through divorce and having a child with special needs. The issues of child custody, support and property division are …

healing from infidelity
Jul 23, 2020

Moving on in the Aftermath of Infidelity

Divorce and Spirituality, Divorce and Your Health

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 …

Christine Lombardo-Zaun, Esq
Jul 16, 2020

Parental Alienation Syndrome – Part 1:

Blog, Children and Divorce, Divorce and Children

Divorce is never easy – even with couples who wish to part ways amicably. Having children makes divorce much harder. While the couple deals with …

After the Breakup
Jul 10, 2020

After the Breakup

Blog, Divorce Survival

Why do breakups hurt so much, even when the relationship is no longer working? A divorce or breakup represents loss, not just of the relationship, …

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