Monthly Archives: September, 2017

HOW TO MAKE YOUR CHILDREN’S LIVES BETTER AS A CO-PARENT The divorce is finalized.  You and your former spouse have split all of the assets.  You each have moved into your own home.  The dust has settled and life is moving forward.  You now have a new family unit, one in which you and your former spouse share time with the children, and still see each other at extra-curricular activities, religious events and at other activities involving your children, but you don’t reside together and maybe you or your former spouse is living with or spending significant time with someone…

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Yes, amicable divorce is possible despite America’s fascination with the knock-down drag-out divorce.  We have all seen War of the Roses with Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner – a movie detailing a well-off and seeming happy couple’s marital relationship fall apart, and how they turn their energy towards a bitter fight over their material possessions. Fortunately, most divorces do not end in the war of the roses.  In fact, most couples genuinely want to retain a good relationship with their soon to be ex-spouse for a number of reasons including to promote healthy and active co-parenting, to maintain peace for…

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