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November 2018 Archives

Divorce and Addiction

Living with a spouse who is battling addiction can be heartbreaking. The disease may rob them of reason, compassion and relationships with loved ones, including children. This one time soul mate is now someone who cannot be trusted to go buy groceries, pick up the kids or help support the family.

Divorce: How Do We Help The Kids?

Divorce is hard. Let’s face it, no one sets out to end their marriage. We enter it with the idea what it will last forever, but the reality is that sometimes that simply isn’t feasible. People grow apart, lives and goals change. Any divorce is difficult, but ending a marriage that has children can cause create feelings of fear, consternation and concern: How will the kids take it? Is there a right and a wrong way to tell them? Have I, as a parent, inadvertently set them up for a lifetime of sadness and loss?

University professor convicted of hiding assets is sentenced

Couples filing for divorce are obligated to provide an accurate list of all assets. This is generally the case, though some will do so more willingly than others will. Then there are those who succumb to the urge to hide bank accounts, stocks or other assets. This is never a good idea.

Co-parenting and parenting plans during the holidays

Halloween has just passed, so the holiday season is now upon us. Divorced or separated spouses understand that it will be a time of challenging logistics as kids are shuttled between homes. Sometimes it can mean that one parent will attend extended family gatherings minus the kids. On the other hand, the parents may even choose to spend the holiday together, which can be hard if they had an acrimonious divorce.

Tips for avoiding distracted parenting

We get it. There is so much that needs to be done and so much to distract us from doing it. However, no parent can argue that childhood is over in the precious blink of an eye. This is particularly true for separated or divorced parents who do not see their children on a day-to-day basis.

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