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For most of us, the holiday season is full of decorating, shopping, baking, wrapping gifts and parties. While this can all be fun, we all know that it’s also stressful! For divorced parents, how are you and your ex supposed to handle the parenting conflict on top of everything else going on at this time of year?
Recognizing this month began in 1995 when then-President Bill Clinton recognized August as the National Child Support Awareness Month in the US. Since 1995, child support organizations have recognized and celebrated the significant role of child support. Child Support Awareness Month aims to create an awareness of the importance of child support, motivate social service groups, and encourage people to help children in need.
Holidays are a time for family, friends and spending time together, but this can be very complicated if you’re divorced and are trying to figure out how to make it a great holiday for your kids. With some planning you and your co-parent can create a happy Christmas for your kids, and hopefully these five tips will help.
When you refinance your home as part of your divorce financial settlement, consider these 2 important things before you sign the papers.
These 3 tips will help you prepare yourself well so you can once more trust in yourself and your intuition, regain your confidence, and thrive after divorce.
Your child has likely long-entertained the idea that you and your ex will get back together and realize that this was all one big understanding, seeing their parent dating someone else can be devastating at first, but there are ways you can help to make the experience a positive one for all parties involved. #childsupport #support #child #kids #children #divorce #divorcelife #moderndivorce #divorceattorneys #legalhelp
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If you don't want a long drawn-out court battle, you care too much about your children to put them through an ugly divorce, you don't want to waste your money arguing about things that don't matter in the big picture, and you would rather keep more of your money than pay large legal bills then mediation is a great alternative to consider.
3 Things Divorced Parents Need to Plan for the College Transition When preparing for your child to go away to school, there are some big conversations that need to be had with your co-parent. Read more to find out what else you need to consider. #graduation #college #financialaid #divorced #parenting