You’ve probably read or heard a lot about how divorce can be bad for kids. In general, I don’t agree with that idea because it’s been my experience that a home filled with anger, turmoil, or violence is a bad environment for children. And often, divorce is the only choice, so everyone simply has to […]
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You may have seen ads for Certified Divorce Financial Analysts or for divorce financial planners. These professionals specialize in helping people who are divorcing understand their assets, plan a settlement, and understand the possible value of their assets in the future. They also may be able to appraise assets. They may be skilled in tax […]
If you or your ex are relocating, you know it is going to be hard for your child to stay close to the non-residential parent. However, if you are the residential parent, there are many things you can do to encourage them to interact and many ways to provide support during this difficult adjustment. Plan […]
It happens in every family at one time or another. You have a parenting plan in place that seems to be working pretty well with everyone’s schedules. And then one day, your child simply refuses to follow it. Most often this is a refusal to go on visitation with the nonresidential parent. It can be […]
Instead of getting a divorce and having two separate homes the kids rotate through, nesting is a newer concept where the kids remain in the existing family home and the parents take turns staying there. Some parents each get their own new place and rarely some will share one other place that they are never […]