Author Angela Neave

Holidays and Divorce: Making Them Merry and Bright School is in full swing, hurricane season is almost over, and it is time to start thinking about the fall and winter holidays.  You will likely be very busy with school and extra-curricular activities and the last thing on your mind will be planning holiday celebrations and holiday timesharing with your ex. It is possible to have enjoyable holidays during and after your divorce.  The first step is to take a deep breath and realize that your holiday celebrations will be forever changed by your divorce and the only thing you can…

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You just spoke to your son or daughter and found out that he/she is getting a divorce.  You are concerned, distressed and worried their spouse will not let you see your grandchildren.  This is a common scenario.  Divorces where a grandparent was highly involved with the grandchildren, even acting as caregivers, can be challenging to navigate, especially when all adults involved want to control who sees the children and when. If you are a grandparent that was providing daycare or after care for your grandchildren, you may be worried you will not be able to continue caring for your grandchildren. …

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WHY SUMMER IS THE BEST TIME TO TALK TO YOUR FAMILY ABOUT DIVORCE Normally summer is the time when the divorce industry slows and practically screeches to a halt.  Attorneys and judges plan longer vacations during the summer because as a rule, most families contemplating a divorce tend to put things on hold during the summer while the children are around and not occupied with their regular activities and lives.  At first glance, this seems like a smart idea.  But when a little more thought is put into it – summer is the perfect time to address divorce issues with…

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