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Co-parenting Do’s and Don’ts for All Parents

Parenting is tough enough, but co-parenting can get especially rough. Most parents agree that they want to do what is best for their children, but most parents do not always agree on what that is. Despite differences, parents need to co-parent cooperatively regardless of their circumstances, whether married, living together, separated, or divorced. Though parents … Continue reading Co-parenting Do’s and Don’ts for All Parents

Three Tips for Co-habitation During Divorce

Though divorce often means that partners split up and move out of a shared home, various circumstances may delay the move. Economics are often a factor in the need for co-habitation during divorce. It is fairly common now for divorcing couples to have underwater mortgages or be unable to sell a house quickly. It may … Continue reading Three Tips for Co-habitation During Divorce

Co-Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents

When you and your partner get divorced, you might stop being spouses. However, you both still need to be parents to any children you share. Practicing effective co-parenting habits will ensure you, your former spouse and your kids remain happy. Be Flexible There might be a court-appointed visitation schedule in place, but feel free to … Continue reading Co-Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents

Things to Consider When Filing Taxes After Your Divorce

Once your divorce is settled, you might be thinking you are in the clear. However, many people start having a lot of questions when the time comes to file taxes. It can be especially difficult to figure out what to do if you and your ex-spouse are sharing custody of a child. There are several … Continue reading Things to Consider When Filing Taxes After Your Divorce

Things to Consider About Your Pets During Divorce

Everyone in a household is affected by a divorce, including any pets. This can be a stressful time for your dog or cat, and owning a pet can make things even messier. It can be hard to determine who gets ownership of any animals. Unlike getting shared custody of a child, a pet will likely … Continue reading Things to Consider About Your Pets During Divorce

How to Maintain a Positive Outlook at Home and at Work During Divorce

Going through a divorce is incredibly difficult. Even if the mediation proceedings are going well, you may still feel stressed and anxious. This can negatively impact how you behave at home and work. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to feel better and be more productive during this time.

How to Handle Taxes During and After Your Divorce

One of the most difficult things to go through emotionally is a divorce. However, although you have a lot of feelings to sort through, there are certain items to think about. Most importantly, you need to review how you will file taxes. The way in which you file will vary while you are going through … Continue reading How to Handle Taxes During and After Your Divorce

How to Approach Friends and Family About Your Divorce

Getting a divorce is difficult enough as it is with all the stress and paperwork you have to go through. However, once you and your former spouse decide to end it for good, something very tough presents itself: informing friends and family.

Covenant Marriages and What They Mean for Couples

Covenant Marriages and What They Mean for Couples Arizona is one of three states that allows couples to choose covenant marriages. These are unions in which each partner agrees to participate in counseling that underscores the requirements of marriage before the wedding. Covenant marriages are a distinct legal structure in the eyes of the law, … Continue reading Covenant Marriages and What They Mean for Couples

Ideas for Popping the Prenuptial Question

Ideas for Popping the Prenuptial Question You’ve found the one you want to go through life with, and you’re pretty sure he/she feels the same. You’ve got butterflies in your stomach, but they’re not about whether your potential spouse will say “yes.” The butterflies are there because you have another question, one that you’re asking … Continue reading Ideas for Popping the Prenuptial Question

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