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January 2015 Archives

Refocusing your divorce process - Part II

Last week, we began a discussion about how important it is to regularly check in with yourself throughout your divorce process and in the months following its finalization. Taking time to refocus your approach to your divorce and its aftermath can help you to ensure that you receive a fair settlement and that you are building a healthy future for yourself. Failure to refocus yourself from time to time can lead to a host of negative consequences.

Refocusing your divorce process - Part I

If you are currently navigating a divorce, you likely understand that the legal, emotional and physical processes of dissolving a marriage can be stressful, draining and seemingly endless. As a result, it is important to check in with yourself throughout your divorce process in order to better ensure that your actions are focused upon achieving a healthy future.

Co-parents: Start thinking about the 2015 holiday season

The holiday season has come and gone. Depending on how your parenting plan is structured, you may be grateful that this season is over. It is no secret that being a co-parent is often a stressful process. You and your co-parent may have butted heads this season over who got to spend time with your children or the specifics related to the time you were compelled to share.

An important New Year's resolution for co-parents

Are you divorced or in the process of divorcing? Does your co-parent drive you bananas at times? You are certainly not alone. Many divorced parents are frequently frustrated by the behaviors and attitudes adopted by their co-parents. However, for your child’s benefit, it is generally important that you resolve to treat both your co-parent and your co-parenting relationship with a certain degree of respect.

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