Tag Archives: Parenting

Can You Keep Your Ex-Spouse’s New Partner Away from Your Children? 

Whether your divorce is finalized or not, it can be painful to hear that your former spouse has re-entered the dating pool.  This may be especially troubling if you learn that your ex-spouse's new partner is frequently around your child … Continue reading

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How to Handle Child Custody During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Co-parenting and child custody can already be challenging but when you couple that with the COVID-19 Pandemic, it takes stress and uncertainty to a whole other level.   So much has changed because of the pandemic.  Most day-care facilities remain … Continue reading

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How to Handle Co-Parenting and Child Custody During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, parenting was a challenge for separated or divorced couples; now with the COVID-19 pandemic, it is even more difficult to navigate.   There are some guidelines that you can follow to alleviate the … Continue reading

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Options for Sending Your Children Back to School in New York

Are your kids planning to go back to school in New York? If so, then you may have choices with regard to what format that education will take. Here's a closer look at the most likely options. In-Person A limited … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why a Toxic Marriage is More Harmful to Your Children Than Divorce

Is it better for your children for you to stay in a toxic marriage instead of getting a divorce? Research suggests that it nearly always is the most sensible for unhappy parents to go their separate ways. Let's take a … Continue reading

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Tips on How to Make the Most Out of Your Joint Custody Arrangement 

Few issues in a divorce are as hotly contested as joint custody. Both parents want what's best for their child, but they don't always agree on what that looks like. Additionally, complicated schedules and out-of-control emotions can exacerbate the conflict. … Continue reading

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5 Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents You Need to Know

The dissolution of a marriage is a difficult transition. For couples with children, the complications seem to never end as they meet the challenges of co-parenting. However, these challenges may be diminished with these parenting tips for divorced parents. 1. … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Effective Co-Parenting After Divorce

Even though divorce may end the legal bond between you and your former spouse, you are still tethered forever if you have children together.       If you do have children, the most important consideration should be regarding their well-being … Continue reading

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Tips on How to Deal with Divorce When You Have Teenage Children

                    It is very important to know how to deal with your teenagers during a divorce.  This is because teenagers can be extremely emotional and sensitive when it comes to divorce.  … Continue reading

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