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5 Reasons To Avoid Divorce Court

5 Reasons To Avoid Divorce Court

Divorce is often portrayed as a contentious legal battle that culminates in a courtroom showdown with clear winners and losers. The truth is, nobody wins when you go to court; especially your children. It’s costly both financially and emotionally. An increasing number...

The Risks of Involving Children in Parental Conflict

The Risks of Involving Children in Parental Conflict

Parental conflict is an inevitable part of some relationships, especially during and after divorce or separation. While it's natural for adults to experience disagreements, involving children in these disputes can have a significant and lasting negative impact on...

Tips for Creating a Summer Parenting Schedule

Tips for Creating a Summer Parenting Schedule

Divorce brings about significant changes in family dynamics, especially when it comes to scheduling and dividing time with children during school breaks like summer vacation. Parents should navigate these adjustments, keeping the children’s well-being and happiness as...

How Long Does Divorce Take?

How Long Does Divorce Take?

Divorce is almost always accompanied by uncertainty, stress, and a myriad of logistical considerations. Among the many questions that arise during the divorce process, one of the most common questions I hear is, "How long will my divorce take?" While it's natural to...

Rebuilding Your Finances After Divorce

Rebuilding Your Finances After Divorce

Rebuilding Your Finances After Divorce: Practical Steps to Regain Financial Stability Divorce is not only emotionally draining,  but can be financially draining too.  It’s important to carefully navigate and plan your financial future. Whether you're starting over...

Disengaging from a Narcissist with Grace and Strength

Disengaging from a Narcissist with Grace and Strength

Engaging with a narcissist can be like finding yourself in the eye of a never-ending storm. Whether this person is actually a narcissist, exhibits narcissistic tendencies or is just a difficult person, you’re goint to need some tools and strategies to disengage....

10 Tips To Co-Parenting With an Unco-operative Ex

10 Tips To Co-Parenting With an Unco-operative Ex

When one parent is unwilling to cooperate or engage in collaborative co-parenting, it can create significant challenges for the other parent, particularly in making important decisions regarding the children's upbringing. In such situations, it's crucial for the...

5 Essential Tips for Successful Co-Parenting

5 Essential Tips for Successful Co-Parenting

In the mosaic of modern family dynamics, co-parenting emerges as a pivotal chapter, highlighting the essence of teamwork in the parenting narrative. At its core, successful co-parenting is about setting aside personal differences to champion the emotional and...

How To Communicate With A Toxic Ex

How To Communicate With A Toxic Ex

While most of us dream of a co-parenting relationship that involves mutual respect, understanding and kindness, this often is not the case.

3 Do’s and Don’ts of Co-Parenting

3 Do’s and Don’ts of Co-Parenting

When you’re divorced or divorcing, co-parenting can make any situation worse if you let it. Co-Parenting through and post divorce is like a dance, only the steps and footwork aren’t pre-written.

3 Tips to Holidays Post-Divorce

3 Tips to Holidays Post-Divorce

how can we focus on the beauty of the season when our reality consists of dividing up our time with the kids and potentially fighting over every little detail of what used to be a special time.

3 Tips to Stay Positive Through Divorce

3 Tips to Stay Positive Through Divorce

It seems endless and insurmountable at times, but time really does hold magical healing powers, but only if you allow yourself time to reflect, heal and move forward.

Tips to Manage Kids’ Money Post-Divorce

Tips to Manage Kids’ Money Post-Divorce

One area that can be a source of tension during with your co-parenting partner, can be the subject of money. Your kids’ money. Who manages it? Who makes decisions about if/how/when your kids spend it?

Co-Parenting Do’s and Don’ts

Co-Parenting Do’s and Don’ts

Co-Parenting is a fine art when you’re a happy, functioning couple. You both bring to the table your individual experiences, values, and expectations.

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