Tips for a Successful School Year After Divorce

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As the back-to-school season approaches, divorced parents face unique challenges. This time of year can evoke a mix of emotions for both you and your children as the end of the summer often means going back to school. Here are a few practical steps we share with our clients to help them navigate the going…

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Tips for Divorced Parents on How to Split the Summer Holidays

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Coordinating summer activities can be challenging when you share custody of your children with your ex-spouse. There will always be schedule changes throughout your post-divorce life, but planning can help minimize them. Here are several tips we can share with you to help with your summer scheduling needs: Start early and take into consideration everyone’s…

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Be Aware of Your Child’s Feelings When Going Through a Divorce

When a couple decides to start the divorce process, there are so many things to consider, and the most important thing that factors into this process is the children. Yes, children are resilient, but what they experience through being strong will often live forever in their minds – “the good, the bad and the ugly.”…

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (“ACEs”)

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How resilient are children when they are dealing with or dealt with a high-conflict divorce? Maybe not as resilient as some parents think. There could be a long-term negative impact on the children of divorce battles. Potentially, the significant effects of a high-conflict divorce can stay with children through adulthood and potentially throughout their entire…

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