Posts Tagged ‘communication’

Can You Reach a Divorce Settlement That is Fair to Everyone?

Not everybody will like what their spouse is offering in divorce. You’re sitting in a room together negotiating settlement with both attorneys present and he’s asking for half the time with the children, half the assets, the family house you shared together… it’s all a lot, which is where we come in to help you… Continue reading →

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Tips to Remember for the Best Courtroom Custody Outcome

Everybody wants what’s best for their child in divorce, but sometimes these matters can become a difficult matter when custody battles end up in the courtroom. The tensions may be high as you and your spouse argue over matters like where the child will reside, who will be making major decisions on behalf of them,… Continue reading →

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Coparenting: How to Share Parenting Expenses After Divorce

Sometimes, coparenting can lessen stress. Other times, it could add to it when you are at a crossroads with your ex and aren’t sure where to turn. One of the things that many couples, especially divorcing or divorced couples fight about, are issues involving money. Many parents may struggle at first to understand how they… Continue reading →

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Considering a Child’s Age When You Create a Parenting Plan

If you are going through a divorce, you probably already understand what a parenting plan is and how it works to create a schedule between you and your ex-spouse. When children are at their youngest, it is always a good idea to keep separation time from the mother and father as small as possible. The… Continue reading →

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How to be a More Effective Parent: What You Should Consider

Being a parent can be one of the hardest things in the world – but it is also the most rewarding. There are some things that you should consider when you are raising and encouraging children of your own, especially if you are going through a divorce. These steps are important to consider. Raising Children … Continue reading →

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Providing Protection for Children During Divorce

According to the American Psychological Association, about 40-50% of marriages end in divorce. This isn’t an uncommon phenomenon; your kids should know that they aren’t the only children to go through this, there are others who understand all the hardship. Make the Process as Fast and Amicable as Possible This may mean avoiding litigation, but… Continue reading →

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Co-Parenting like a Champ

Parenting after a divorce can have it’s own set of challenges. You just went through the divorce process, and you are ready to decompress and have a fresh start to your life, without your ex. However, you can’t cut off ties with your ex-spouse because you still have a child or children together. This can… Continue reading →

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Stop my Divorce

Help! I made a mistake; I want to stop my divorce. The divorce rate in California and the rest of the United States is high. Half of all marriages end in divorce. Stopping a divorce once you filed the papers in court can be a complex matter. However, in order to avoid divorce at all,… Continue reading →

Don’t Lie to your Children

Trying to spare your child the awful truth? Fighting behind closed doors? Concealing your emotions instead of addressing the issues? How does divorce really affect your children? Children have a right to know about impending change in the family, especially if it affects them. Unfortunately, divorce brings out the worst in people. In their attempts… Continue reading →

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Holiday Do’s & Don’ts

The holidays are now upon us. As parents, it’s only natural that you want to spend every minute with your children – they are growing up so fast – time is passing by too quickly. Holidays are a time to spend with family and friends – it’s a time of celebration, not a time to… Continue reading →

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