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Paying Fair: Sharing School-Related Expenses for Co-parents

There are a few particular seasons in the life of a divorced parent when the complexity of sharing expenses becomes a bit more trying. The specific period we’re addressing here is the back-to-school season. In addition to Christmas and birthdays, it can be one of the most overwhelming times for co-parents and their wallets. Learning […]

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Tips for Handling Co-Parenting Expenses

Financial conflicts often get cited as a reason married couples argue. When a marriage ends in divorce, money woes can worsen since incomes are no longer combined. Divorce is always rife with challenges and hardships, but when children are in the mix, the challenges become more challenging, and the hardships get harder. Raising kids inevitably […]

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Minimize Spending Around the Holidays as a Divorced Parent

The holiday season is in full swing. For those who are recently divorced, this may be the first time managing the highs and lows of this busy time on your own. In addition to the busyness associated with the season, it’s a prime time for spending, and sometimes overspending. This may create an even more […]

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Make 3 Simple yet Powerful Financial Moves

Rhonda Noordyk, CDFA® Make 3 Simple yet Powerful Financial Moves Let’s be honest, divorce can feel like you are staring at a chess board for the first time. What are the rules of the game? Who are the key players? Who has the power?  Of all the pieces on the board, the queen is the […]

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Steps For How To Pay Child Support

How To Pay Child Support: Easy, Step-By-Step Guide If you were wondering about the specific steps for how to pay child support, this post will walk you through everything. In addition, you will learn exactly how to make child support payments (and receive them) conveniently online. Managing Child Support Doesn’t Have To Be Complicated! Paying […]

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Child Support And Co Parenting Tips For Toddlers

If you are new to co parenting and paying child support it can feel a little overwhelming. But with the right advice and support, it doesn’t have to be difficult. Read our advice for the best and latest child support and co parenting tips for toddlers to make the process easier and clearer for you […]

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Divorce, Trust, Money, and COVID-19

Divorce, Trust, Money, and COVID-19 Divorce and trust aren’t two words that are typically paired together. This is no surprise, as couples in divorce spend tons of time and money in a zero-sum fight to determine when they see their children, how to divide their assets, and manage shared expenses going forward.  It’s not a […]

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Before Filing A Petition Over Money Consider This

What To Consider Before Filing A Petition Over Money Read This Next Time You Want To File A Petition Over Money Add-on expenses are a soft spot for many divorced parents. When I hear from parents, many of them are frustrated over, late reimbursements, expenses that are not in the agreement, or just complete neglect […]