Divorce is expensive but not all divorces cost the same. The fact is that the divorce industry is a billion dollar business in America and contested divorces represent the bulk of it. Learn the true costs of divorce.
Divorce is an extremely painful experience for children. When done through the collaborative divorce process, families can help children understand what’s happening. See divorce through kid’s eyes.
Divorce doesn’t have to be a knock down, drag out fight between you and your ex-spouse. Mediation helps ensure everyone gets heard and everyone wins. It’s why mediation and working together is critical to collaborative divorce.
Now that the divorce is over, you’re adjusting to your life as a single parent. But what happens when your ex (or soon to be ex) has a new relationship? We’ve put together important things to consider when dealing with it.
Many parents are focused on managing their children through divorce and forget to take care of themselves. Finding time during the divorce for self care is important. Here are some tips to help you keep your strength up.
Sharing the duty of raising children is hard enough when you’re still married but what happens when you’re co-parenting as a divorced parent? We offer insights into the top 5 co-parenting challenges and how to handle them.
Grade schoolers are just beginning to understand the world has many layers. When confronted with divorce, it can be hard for them to adjust. We’ve outlined things you need to know to discuss your divorce with your child.
Your divorce is hard on you and it’s hard on your kids. The way they experience the divorce will vary based on many different things. We’ve broken some of them down to help you better understand.