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

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.

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.

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

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

Parents often struggle when making decisions and doing what is best for their children in their regular daily lives. When parents are going through a divorce, it is even more challenging

Divorce is a time of uncertainty and questions. If you or your spouse (or both) are in the military, divorce can come with even more uncertainties- questions about possible future

Co-Parenting, in which both parents value each other and the important role the other plays in their children’s lives, demonstrated with cooperation and respectful interactions is best when it comes