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How to Talk to Children About Divorce

For parents confronting divorce, one of the first challenges you’ll face is how to talk to your children about the impending breakup. Family separation is a highly emotional experience for everyone, especially children who may feel shocked, sad, or angry. By offering support and patience, you can help your children navigate the
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How Parental Alienation Syndrome Affects Children of Divorce

Divorcing parents don’t always end on good terms and sometimes bad blood between the parents can create conflict where children are the ones that ultimately end up suffering. Parents who choose to use a set of strategies to foster a child’s rejection of the other parent engage in what is known as
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Co-Parenting in Quarantine

As many adults are trying to adjust to the new normal during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s not exactly a walk in the park for kids either, and if they come from a divorced family, it might be an even worse experience. It’s stressful for everyone living through these times, and parents should
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How Quarantine Impacts Child Custody

Many parents are expressing concern and anxiety about how strict quarantine measures may impact their custody arrangements. Communication with your ex-spouse is critical in deciding what visitation schedule works best for the safety of your family. If this issue creates conflict it’s important to remember that the custody laws are clear and
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The Emotional Stages of Divorce

Written by Debra Schoenberg If you’re going through a divorce, you may be feeling a rollercoaster of emotions. The decision to end a relationship can be traumatic and depressing not only because you have to deal with the legal and financial aspects of the process itself, but also the fact that life
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Relationships in Quarantine

Relationships in Quarantine:  The coronavirus pandemic is creating special challenges for millions of Americans as they begin to self-quarantine to stop the spread of COVID-19. Bay Area leaders took the step of placing a mandatory “shelter in place” order affecting six counties and nearly 7 million people. The order is in place
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How to Protect Your Assets in a Grey Divorce

by Debra Schoenberg Grey divorce refers to the split or separation of older couples, usually over the age of 50, who have been in a long-term marriage and maybe going through retirement. According to Forbes, divorce for older couples has increased, while the overall rate of divorce in the U.S. has declined.
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After The Holidays Comes…Divorce?

by Debra Schoenberg It’s the start of a new year, the time where people take on New Year’s resolutions which may mean eating healthier, hitting the gym, and for others, filing for divorce. According to a report by the New York Times, January has earned the nickname “Divorce Month” due to it
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