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August 2019 Archives

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Divorce: End of an era, start of a new chapter

You might think of divorce as the end of an era in your life, but you have to look at the other side of this situation. It is also a time for you to build the life you want and focus on your happiness. Enjoying life after a divorce is fully possible. The decisions you make during the divorce, including the property division, can be the framework you need to do this.

Co-parenting tips to make child custody less contentious

Child custody situations can be very stressful because you have to think about your children and two homes when you make certain decisions. There are many different methods of parenting a child after divorce, but co-parenting is one of the more common because it enables both parents to work as a team to raise the children. It provides stability and support for the children, but both parents do need to put forth an effort to make it work as it should.

Take care of yourself if you are divorcing an addict

Having a spouse who is addicted to drugs is a difficult situation. You might decide that it is time to cut ties with that person and start life anew. This can be a hard decision, and you might receive some negative reactions when others find out. For some, the spouse of an addict should remain a martyr and stay in the marriage to support the addict. Remember that your life is your own and you have to do what is best for you.

Back-to-school stress can be minimized for divorced parents

The back-to-school season is one that is hard for all parents to deal with. Trying to make plans for this can be even more complicated for parents who are divorced. It might behoove you to start making the plans now so that you are ready to tackle the duties that are yours. This can also help your children to feel more secure since they will know what to expect.

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