Being Thankful: For the Highs and the Lows

Clients often come to me at the lowest points of their lives. Divorce often means the loss of a dream and an adjustment of life expectations. Divorce often means dividing

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It’s Halloween! Let’s Focus on the Treats!

We all know the negative outcomes associated with divorce. But the fact of the matter is, that coming out of a marriage that doesn’t work, or in worse cases, a

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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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The Lighter Side of Divorce: Canadian Couple Reaches Settlement Over Custody of Season Hockey Tickets Canadians love hockey. The national sport is taken very seriously. Nothing illustrates this as well

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A Message During Hurricane Irma

This has been a challenging week for families in Florida. They have had to prepare for a catastrophic storm. Many families had to purchase food, water, batteries and other supplies.

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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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Women, Finances, and Divorce

During divorce proceedings, people tend to think about the emotional toll it is taking on them. It isn’t until much later (sometimes months or years later) that the long term

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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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Back to School Time: Tips for Divorced or Separated Parents

Back to school time is hectic. Children are not used to early bed-times and mornings after a summer break. Parents need to purchase supplies and adjust to a new routine.

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Increasingly, “nesting” is being used as a temporary parenting arrangement during divorce proceedings and sometimes after a divorce is finalized. Nesting is when the children remain in the marital home

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