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Divorce and Children with Intellectual Disabilities: What Parents Need to Know

Jan 22, 2019

A major consideration for a couple going through a divorce are the decisions about their children. Support, visitation, custody, holidays and vacations are all a part of the mix. However, for couples in this situation who have a child with … Read More

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How does Parent Alienation Damage Children of Divorce?

Sep 27, 2018

“You are a bad parent and I don’t want you in my life any more.” Most parents have heard this from their children and felt free to ignore it. Unfortunately for some divorced parents, this threat becomes reality. Read More

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Is it Time to Call in the Pros?

Jan 11, 2018

Signs Your Child is Struggling to Cope During Divorce During a divorce, it’s normal for your kids to feel a range of difficult emotions. But time, love, and reassurance should help them to heal. If your kids don’t bounce back, … Read More

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Flying Blind: Why a DIY Divorce Can Cost You Money, Time and Conflict

Oct 30, 2017

As if contemplating divorce isn’t scary enough, how you handle the legal issues is crucial to how well you recover. In the DIY scenario, you can use forms downloaded from the internet. But assuming you have created the best possible … Read More

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

Aug 18, 2017

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. Read More

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Platonic Parenting Partnerships: Divorce in the 21st Century – Part 4

May 16, 2017

Platonic Parenting Partnership: A Shared Commitment to the Child, Not to a Romantic Relationship For singles who want children and for divorced couples who don’t want to upend their children’s live, a new trend offers an alternative: a platonic, parenting … Read More

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A Co-Parenting Approach to Pet Custody: Making the Human(e) Choices

Mar 20, 2017

The Importance of the Pet’s Well-Being during Divorce Not only did you get married, never planning to divorce, but you never thought you’d be discussing custody of or co-parenting your pet dog, cat, bird, etc. But your pet is a … Read More

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Tips on Moving from Being a Parental Couple to a Successful Co-Parent.

Mar 15, 2017

Working out the ‘How’ of Your Co-parenting Plan Now that your divorce is almost final, it’s time to implement a co-parenting plan that puts the emphasis on your children. While you may wish to never speak to your ex-spouse again, … Read More

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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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