NAVIGATING CHILD CUSTODY PLANS WITH CORONAVIRUS

This is a time like nothing most of us have had to live through. I am pretty sure that parents that share custody have a lot of questions about how they can ensure that each parent gets to spend time with the children while everyone is isolating at home. First of all, if there is...

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College Planning & Divorce

Planning for your kids’ college can be stressful as an intact family when parents start to realize what it is going to cost and how far away your child may be moving.  It is usually something that the parents and the future student sit down and discuss together. So it is that much more complicated...

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USEFUL APPS FOR HELP WITH CO-PARENTING

Parenting with kids’ busy schedules is difficult enough when the parents are in the same house, and many families (including ours) have that calendar on the refrigerator that becomes indispensable in figuring out which child has to be where.  So what about families where the parents are not together and custody time is shared?  Each...

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PARENT-TEACHER COMMUNICATION FOR DIVORCED PARENTS

How do divorced parents handle all of these? At this time of year schools are gearing up for parent teacher conferences as well as curriculum nights, high school/college informational sessions and a multitude of other activities that involve parents. How do divorced parents handle all of these? All parents want to be involved in their...

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How to Interact and Communicate with Your Child’s Other Parent (After You Are No Longer Together)

There are often hard feelings between couples after they split up and their children can get caught in the cross fire.If you are one of those parents, this can make co-parenting extremely difficult and stressful, for both the parents and the kids. I got to sit in on a mediation a social worker was doing...

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