Father’s Rights – A Broward County Father Wins Against Antiquated Law

In what as seen as a victory for father’s rights in the state of Florida, a recent ruling will bring about change. According to a very old law, in the

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Summer Fun Close to Home

School is out for the summer and many of my friends and clients are making fun plans for activities to do with their children. Florida is a state with so

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Family Time: Getting Back to Nature

It is February in North Florida, and the weather is beautiful: no longer cold, yet still cool before the heat of summer arrives. Now is the perfect time to consider

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Giving Presence During the Holidays

The holidays can be stressful- as there are so many events to attend, so much shopping to do, and so many people we want to see. But a recent NPR

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The Art of Giving, Even After Divorce

The holidays are a time of gift giving. Most of us have a list of friends and family and loved ones we want to present with a gift this time

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Having the First Thanksgiving After Divorce

It can be hard to be thankful immediately after a marriage is dissolved. Parents and children are often still feeling a very raw pain. And since the holiday occurs only

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Preparing for Peaceful Holidays this November

In a poignant essay about her thoughts on splitting time with her mother and father, Elizabeth Perez describes the anxiety she feels as an adult trying to make Thanksgiving plans.

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Family Fun on the First Coast

Let’s face it, times are tough for divorcing parents. And money can be very tight during this tough time. The good news is that there are still many inexpensive activities

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Extracurricular Activities: Providing Consistency and Support

Imagine the following scenario of a couple: They divorced while their 2 young sons were in elementary school. Both parents shared 50/50 time with the children and they rotated on

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Ideas for Divorced Parents and School Consistency

As the school year begins, it is important to share ideas for how to achieve consistency in homework routines and school preparation. Parents who are divorced or separated and timeshare

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