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The Co-Parenting Cheat Sheet

Posted on July 14, 2014

So you've made it through your divorce. Or you've split as a couple, but the result of a relationship, however brief or long it was, that once existed has resulted in new love: your children. Whether you're excited about it or not, you'll be in a new and different relationship with your child's other parent for the next fifty or so years.

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Posted in Children and Divorce, Divorce

Tags: co-parenting

 

Benefits of Collaborative Divorce

Posted on July 10, 2014

There can be many benefits to choosing divorce through mediation. The cost and amount of stress can be greatly reduced through a collaborative divorce. Continue reading to learn why an amicable divorce might be right for you.

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Posted in Divorce Mediation, Collaborative Divorce, Amicable Divorce, Pro Se Mediation, Divorce

Tags: divorce mediator, non-adversarial

 

Kids of Divorce Turn Out Just Fine

Posted on July 1, 2014

Do you feel like your kids may be emotionally set back because of you and your spouse’s divorce? Studies show the idea that divorce ruins children’s lives may not be correct. In fact, kids with single or co-parents may be better equipped for life and success as adults.

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Posted in Divorce Mediation, Children and Divorce, Collaborative Divorce

Tags: emotional well-being, family law, family mediator

 

How to Have a Healthy Divorce

Posted on June 30, 2014

Are you going through a divorce? Do you feel lost, hurt, numb, angry, and panicked over your current relationship status?

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Posted in Moving Forward, Divorce

Tags: emotional well-being

 

Comedian Louis C.K. Offers Some Much Needed Perspective On Parenting After Divorce

Posted on June 24, 2014

You can always depend on Louis C.K. to tell it like it is when it comes to parenting. (He is, after all, the guy who described children as "buckets of disease that live in your house." The man just has a way with words.)

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Posted in Children and Divorce, Amicable Divorce, Moving Forward, Divorce

Tags: co-parenting, emotional well-being

 

Planning together, vacationing apart. Nine tips for divorced parents.

Posted on June 18, 2014

It’s here – summer. Kids dream of it all year. Often the highlight of the summer for kids and parents is a family vacation. When you’re divorced or separated, family vacations can be more complicated. You’ve got a parenting plan to work around and an ex to deal with. Follow these tips to make sure summer vacations live up to their potential.

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Posted in Children and Divorce, Amicable Divorce, Moving Forward

Tags: co-parenting, emotional well-being, family law

 

Divorce, Separation, and Parenting: a Primer

Posted on June 10, 2014

Getting divorced or ending a long-term relationship is considered one of life’s biggest stressors. For parents who separate, these feelings are often intensified by concern over the impact on their child(ren).

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Posted in Children and Divorce, Amicable Divorce, Divorce

Tags: co-parenting, emotional well-being, family mediator, non-adversarial

 

New to franchising? Here are some interesting facts you may not have known.

Posted on June 3, 2014

When people think of franchises they often think of large fast food or restaurant chains, hotel chains, and convenience stores such as McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Applebee’s, Wyndham Hotels, and Carrefour. What most people do not realize is that Franchising has been around since the 1850’s and there are thousands of franchise companies in 120 different business categories worldwide ranging from accounting services to health care to shipping companies and more.

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Posted in Franchise

Tags: franchise business, franchising, legal franchise

 

When Kids Benefit from their Parents' Divorce

Posted on May 27, 2014

Would kids be better off if their parents stayed together, fighting and yelling?  Here’s how to recognize when kids benefit from their parents’ divorce:

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Posted in Children and Divorce

Tags: co-parenting, emotional well-being, family law

 

10 Smart Financial Tips for Divorce

Posted on May 19, 2014

If you’re heading for a divorce, you’re not alone. Approximately 41 percent of American marriages end by divorce. Yet they don’t always end equitably, especially in terms of finances.

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Posted in Assets, Divorce

Tags: money