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Trick-or-Treating Tips for Divorced Parents
Trick-or-Treating Tips for Divorced Parents

The spookiest time of year is here and your children are likely excited about chewing on some tasty, sugary treats after a night of roaming the neighborhood wearing masks, witch hats, or their favorite superhero costume. As magical as this night is, you might find yourself ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Maintaining Consistency in Separate Households After a Divorce

    If you recently divorced your spouse, you will still have to work together if you share children. Although there will be two separate households, you ...

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  • Will Therapy Help My Children Cope with the Divorce?

    Divorce is a difficult process for spouses to endure and, for children, it is all the more harrowing to witness. If you have concerns about their ...

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  • How to Deal with a Disneyland Co-Parent

    When spouses with children get divorced, it is not uncommon for one to become a “Disneyland” parent. A Disneyland parent is essentially an ...

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  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Child Custody

    As is the case with any legal matter, you need to hire an experienced attorney to guide you through the complexities of your case and advise you ...

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  • Preventable Mistakes You Must Avoid During the Divorce Process

    There is a lot on the line during a divorce, so it is crucial to keep a level head and avoid making certain mistakes that could cost you in the long ...

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  • What Is Parental Alienation Syndrome?

    Parental alienation syndrome refers to a situation where one parent sets out to turn their children against the other parent, resulting in a severly ...

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  • Celebrating Father’s Day After a Divorce

    Father’s Day is a time for families to show appreciation and love for their fathers. However, celebrating this holiday after a divorce can be a little ...

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  • How to Nurture a Better Co-Parenting Relationship

    Not all divorced spouses can part ways entirely. If you share children, you will still have to work together as co-parents and remain in each other’s ...

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  • Common Divorce Misconceptions You Should Know

    Divorce is not something anyone ever hopes or expects to face. However, if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of ending your marriage, it ...

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