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June 2018 Archives

Divorce often includes unexpected snags

The uncoupling process is much more involved than just dividing assets and finding a new place to live. It is important to remember that a marriage is a legal contract. During the process of dissolving that contract, there are an endless number of details that need to be worked out, including some surprises that catch people off guard.

Helpful tips for going back to school after a divorce

When you start a new relationship, it can often drastically affect the planned trajectory of your life. Maybe you moved, made new friends and your education or job became less of a priority - especially if you started a family. Now that you’re no longer with your spouse, you may be wondering about missed opportunities that you now want to pursue.

Co-parenting with an addict

Having a child is life-changing. When your child is born, you know that your life will never be the same again. When you became a parent you fully accepted that you would make sacrifices in order to provide your child the best life possible.

Your marriage will thank you for saying ‘thank you’

Teaching children to express gratitude is something that starts very early on. We live in a society where appreciation and kindness are often rewarded with positive social outcomes such as friendship or workplace promotions. If people are attuned to the benefits of gratitude in daily life, why is it that some couples struggle to show gratitude in their marriage? Unsprisingly, saying thank you in your marriage also carries rewards.

Will my divorce record be public?

There are few things in life as painful as a divorce. After going through an extended period of scrutiny at the hands of friends and family, you just want the process to end. In the U.S., however, our court proceedings are a matter of public record. Without good cause for your records to be suppressed, it’s likely that nothing stands between your nosy neighbor and your divorce records.

Pride Month: Navigating the many paths to parenthood

June is LGBT Pride Month: a time when we reflect and appreciate just how far we have come as a society and a time when we acknowledge and are thankful for the courage and bravery of those who came before us. Of course, we also recognize that there is much more work to be done to achieve equality. As the definition of family has broadened over the years, many LGBT couples are adding to their family. There are many ways that LBGT couples can add to their families. The most common options are surrogacy, donor-insemination and adoption.

Four tips for introducing your new partner to your children

When you became a parent, you made a commitment to always do best by your children. The relationship that created your children has ended, and you’re left wondering what your future holds. The only constant is that you still have that commitment to put your children first. Putting them first does not mean that you neglect your own happiness; in fact, if managed carefully, your children can benefit greatly by your happiness.

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