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Children are the center of any custody battle – viewed by some parents as the most prized “possession.”  Parents who view custody of the children as a “must win” or “non-negotiable” often make the mistake of voicing the same to the children.  Similarly, those parents often make derogatory or negative comments about the other parent in front of the child.  This type of isolating behavior is often referred to as “Parental Alienation Syndrome.” …
Divorces can range in time and expense.  The parties could have everything divided and agreed upon before hiring attorneys.  Or the parties could fight all the way down to who gets the gravy boat.  How well the parties can communicate plays a huge role in determining the best path to a resolution of all the divorce issues. …
Divorce is often the most significant financial decision a person will ever make. A financial planner can help you make sense of your finances during the divorce process and the management of your finances after the divorce is finalized. In determining whether a financial planner is worth it, consider the following:…
Divorce is often the most significant financial decision a person will ever make. A financial planner can help you make sense of your finances during the divorce process and the management of your finances after the divorce is finalized. In determining whether a financial planner is worth it, consider the following:…
After a divorce between parents is finalized, another uphill battle begins: maintaining communication regarding the children for effective co-parenting.  Some parents naturally want to work with their former spouse to keep the peace for the children.  Other parents had such a contentious divorce that friendly communication is a non-existent option.  In both situations, finding an effective tool that permits the most communication between parties is the best way to ensure productive communication and effective co-parenting. …
After a divorce between parents is finalized, another uphill battle begins: maintaining communication regarding the children for effective co-parenting.  Some parents naturally want to work with their former spouse to keep the peace for the children.  Other parents had such a contentious divorce that friendly communication is a non-existent option.  In both situations, finding an effective tool that permits the most communication between parties is the best way to ensure productive communication and effective co-parenting. …
Divorce can be traumatic for children.  Each child has a different knowledge level of what divorce means.  Each child processes divorce differently.  It lies with the parents to do what is in the best interests of the children during a divorce.  In recognizing the substantial impact divorce has on children, divorcing parents have started using a different transitional strategy called nesting. Nesting requires the parents to agree that it is in the best interests of…
Divorce can be traumatic for children.  Each child has a different knowledge level of what divorce means.  Each child processes divorce differently.  It lies with the parents to do what is in the best interests of the children during a divorce.  In recognizing the substantial impact divorce has on children, divorcing parents have started using a different transitional strategy called nesting. Nesting requires the parents to agree that it is in the best interests of…