The holidays are a joyous time for most families and offer plenty of opportunities for sharing the spirit of the season with the ones who matter most. Finding the right way to manage gift-giving activities after your divorce in California can be a challenging proposition. This is especially true for divorced couples with children. Making […]
From a scheduling standpoint, the holidays for separated parents always seem to creep up on people unawares. Many co-parents tend to get caught a bit off guard whenever the festive season approaches. However, it is always prudent to prepare your parenting holiday schedule as early as you possibly can. We are all very enthusiastic and
As your children prepare to return to school this fall, you may be wondering how to help them adjust to the new normal after your divorce. New schedules, new teachers and a new situation at home can all create stress for children and teens. Fortunately, there are a few simple strategies that you can use
Holidays like Father’s Day are special celebrations to cherish and appreciate loved ones. For any recently divorced parent, Father’s Day is often marred with anxiety, depression or even strife. Should you be a freshly divorced parent, here are a few tips to make this Father’s Day a holiday to remember that is full of positivity
The Easter holiday is just around the corner. For some families, it will be a fun-filled day replete with gorgeous pastel colors, candy eggs, and even delightful photo opportunities with the fabled Easter bunny. For other families, the festivities might not be as exciting. Many divorced parents tend to struggle with sharing custody during major
Dealing with the holidays after a divorce can be challenging. Thanksgiving is often a time for family get-togethers and celebrations.
Creating a workable plan for parenting your children after a divorce is essential to promote the most stable environment for these little ones.
As your children prepare to return to school this fall, you may be wondering how to help them adjust to the new normal after your divorce.
Co-parenting after a divorce is not easy even in the best of times. Finding ways to manage your parenting responsibilities during the pandemic can be even more challenging.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented significant problems for nearly every sector of the economy and every part of our society. Coronavirus and the restrictions associated with this illness can have an especially large impact on blended families. Understanding some of the possible effects of the coronavirus on divorced and blended families will provide added help