How to Protect Your Child’s Important Relationships in a Divorce

There’s an old adage that it takes a village to raise a child. It’s true. As they grow, children are shaped by the community they grow up in and by the relationships they form with others—family members, trusted adults, and friends.So what...

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3 Things Business Owners Should Do When Getting Divorced

If you own a business and are facing the prospect of divorce, all kinds of thoughts are probably swirling around in your head. You’re trying to manage the stress and emotions that anyone goes through at the end of their marriage, plus you have add...

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Vaccination: A Potential Co-Parenting Sticking Point

The holiday season is stressful for many families. And the balancing act of co-parenting is particularly hard this time of year. On top of the usual struggles, many parents are dealing with a disagreement over vaccinating their children....

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Worried about the Family Pets in Your Divorce?

Most family courts across the country operate with the assumption that both parents should play a role in their children’s lives after a divorce. That is not the case when it comes to family pets. If you don’t get custody of the cat, dog or oth...

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Categories:
Divorce,Pet Custody

The Right Attitude Towards Co-Parenting

Divorce is not generally a sign of a successful relationship. The end of a marriage is often accompanied by anger, disgust, betrayal, and sadness. The strong emotions that come with divorce can make the thought of co-parenting almost into...

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Categories:
Child Custody,Custody