Facing divorce and stymied about how to tell your kids? Wondering how it will affect them?
Getting divorced and exploring the realities of co-parenting ahead? This facet of life after divorce can be enormously complex
Dating after divorce can be challenging for many adults who have been out of the market for some time.
Divorce is rarely an outcome married couples expect or anticipate. But marital strife can take its toll and for many, divorce is the chosen path for coping with relationship challenges.
In recognition of International Child-Centered Divorce Month divorce experts around the world will be providing free ebooks, coaching services, teleseminars and other gifts to divorced parents throughout January.
We all know the holiday season is fraught with stress, overwhelm and pressure for parents. But we are not alone.
When divorce takes place, everyone in the family is affected. Often the impact on grandparents is overlooked amidst the turmoil involving parents and children.
Returning to school after their parents have separated or divorced can be difficult for any child.
Divorced or not, we all understand the importance of having a high credit score. Unfortunately, when Divorce Decrees are drawn up some simple attorney errors or oversights can result in long-term negative affects on your personal credit.
Many caring parents I speak to admit to feeling tremendous guilt during and after their divorce. It’s easy to understand why.