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Covid Vaccinations for Kids: When Divorced Parents Disagree

Late last month, NBC Today reported that “More and more co-parents are going to court over COVID-19 vaccines for children.” Even in some intact marriages, Covid has exposed and exacerbated ideological differences between spouses, but these conflicts can be especially complicated for divorced parents with children. Covid-19 has raised new issues in
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The Pandemic’s Impact on Marriage and Divorce

Over the last 18 months, we’ve all been through cycles of feeling exhausted and raw, stressed and scared, grieving and just trying to get through each day. And that affects our marriages and families. If your marriage has struggled or fallen apart during this challenging time, you’re not alone, and you may
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Spousal Support in the Era of COVID-19

Long gone are the days when the goal of divorce settlements was to keep a non-working spouse “in the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed.” Now, judges and mediators work to keep both parties as close to the marital standard of living as possible. But what impact will a full year of
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Top Marital Problems Therapists See During the Pandemic

Relationships are under tremendous pressure during these stressful and uncertain times. According to a recent Ipsos poll, nearly one in 10 married or partnered people in America say they are likely to separate from their partner or spouse due to problems that have developed during the pandemic. Therapists are seeing an uptick
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Relocating after Divorce During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has many people facing uncertainty in their jobs, careers, as well as their personal lives. According to recent news reports, the coronavirus has spread rapidly across California and is most prevalent in the Bay Area and Southern California counties. The rapid spread in recent months has led more people
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Relationship Got Rocky Over Quarantine? 

Lockdowns, shelter-in-place orders, and quarantines related to the COVID-19 pandemic have led many couples to their boiling points. Time trapped together at home can exacerbate existing problems in a relationship, as well as create new ones. If you and your spouse have been arguing more during quarantine, you are not the only
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Divorce Proceedings Go Virtual During Pandemic

While some couples may have grown closer during quarantine, others are deciding to go their separate ways. The pandemic is putting a halt on major life events such as graduations and weddings, but not divorce. According to legal experts, couples are still filing for separation during the health crisis, but the divorce
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The Emotional Impact of Divorce in Children During COVID-19

Divorced families are facing unique challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic due to many factors, including the economic fallout, as close to 40 million Americans filed for unemployment claims since March. This may have consequences regarding parenting schedules due to job losses and may cause financial issues that can affect child support payments.
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