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Business Travel and Child Custody

Business travel never rebounded after the pandemic, and it likely never will. In 2020, employers learned to keep costs low and achievements high without pricey business trips. They started relying on web-based technologies to get the jobs done. Nonetheless, business travel remains a part of life for many parents. Can your company travel schedule impact […]

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Splitting Student Loan Debt After Splitting Up

As if breaking up isn’t hard enough to do, splitting student loan debt can add another complex layer in untangling yourself from your former spouse. Many factors play a part in answering the question, “Who pays what?” Read on to learn more about the legal aspects of splitting student loans after a divorce to help […]

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How to Stay Out of Court Over Child Care Disputes

Raising kids is always a challenge—even happily married couples won’t see eye-to-eye on everything. But you don’t have to go to court when you and your ex disagree on child-related issues. In fact, the court system would rather you work out a solution without their help. Co-parenting debates clog up the judicial system and prevent […]

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What if Your Child Wants to Live With the Other Parent?

If you’re like most parents, preserving a close relationship with your child after your divorce tops your priority list. Despite your best efforts as a parent, don’t be surprised if your child utters, whines, or outright yells something close to: “I want to go live with [insert your ex’s title here]!” How should a stressed-out, […]

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6 Tips on Being the Best Co-parenting Dad You Can Be

After a divorce, quality time with the kids is critical bonding and adjustment time for both fathers and children. Often, dads split custody with their ex-spouse and see their kids only sometimes during a week. And non-custodial fathers spend even fewer hours with their kids than their ex does. Dads, it’s essential that when your […]

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Understanding and Overcoming Parental Alienation

Divorce is hard on the entire family, most notably the children. A child can feel like the fraying rope in a harsh tug-of-war game. They might incorrectly assume that to express love to one parent is to deny love to the other. Understandably, when a child feels these deep and conflicting emotions, parents can start […]

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Dealing With a Gray Divorce

Age and anniversaries don’t get a couple “out of the woods and into the clear” in matrimony. Research shows quite the opposite. Termed “Gray Divorce,” the divorce rate is on the rise for people aged 50 and older, bringing new challenges with it. It’s Not Just You If you’re over 50 and find yourself going […]

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How Co-parenting Apps Can Help With Your Narcissistic Ex

Some people are legitimately narcissistic. Others happen to be self-absorbed, inconsiderate, and egotistical way too often. Whether your ex has been clinically diagnosed with narcissism or exhibits some unsavory characteristics that convince you they should be, co-parenting is going to be especially challenging. We have some tips to help you and your co-parent work together […]

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How to Co-parent With Your Abusive Ex

Your ex was physically or emotionally abusive to you, and you finally found the strength and grit to get out of their clutches for good. That’s great news, and we couldn’t be happier for you. The not-so-great news is that if you and your abuser have children together, rarely do you get a clean break […]