How to Have a “Good” Divorce

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

It seems like an oxymoron to use the term “good divorce.” Although going through the divorce process is stressful, it is possible to have a divorce where both you and your spouse feel the outcome is fair and that you can continue your relationship as co-parents in an amicable way. Be Informed by Utilizing Divorce… Read more »

Why Preserve a Relationship After a Divorce?

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

Preserving relationships after a divorce sounds like an oxymoron. You are trying to get away from the person, so why would you want to preserve the relationship? If you have children together, you will need to interact with each other for the rest of your lives. Co-parenting is a full-time job until children reach the… Read more »

Working Through the Challenges of Divorce During the Holidays

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

Holidays for divorced parents and their children are often difficult. The first year the family celebrates celebrating separately is generally the worst. If possible, if you can incorporate your standard traditions into your new way of addressing the holidays, it will be easier for your children. Plan to Share the Time and Co-Parent According to… Read more »

Navigating Disputes on COVID Issues Regarding Children in Divorce Situations

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

One disagreement divorcing parents often have is about health care decisions for their children. This is particularly the case when deciding whether the children should be vaccinated against COVID-19, or whether they can visit other children’s homes or have their friends visit them, and other controversial COVID issues. How Parents Can Resolve Disagreements Concerning COVID-19… Read more »

Co-Parenting: Why is it important?

Posted by Lynette Boyd & filed under Blog.

When people get divorced, often their first thought is that they will not have to deal with their ex-spouse anymore. But if a couple has kids, that is not true. The two parents will have years of dealing with each other since they are both still the parents of their children. The parents’ focus now… Read more »