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Preparing for Divorce When You Have Children With Disabilities

Divorce is an exceptionally difficult process for the entire family. When there is a child with special needs involved in a divorce, this process can seem even more daunting. It is important to evaluate each aspect of the parenting plan … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Help Your Children Cope With Your Divorce

As a parent, helping your children cope with your divorce can be one of the most difficult parts of the process. Regardless of how old your kids are, they are not likely to fully understand the reasons for – or … Continue reading

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Divorced Parents Must Put Children First

Is Shared Parenting Harmful To Children Of Divorced Parents? Preschool children from divorced parents did better psychologically if they lived in shared parenting environments compared with kids living primarily with one parent, according to recently published research in Acta Paediatrica. … Continue reading

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Do Adult Children Have a Duty to Support Their Parents?

Most people wouldn’t think twice before helping their parents financially. In fact, partially due to baby boomers’ inadequate retirement planning, 20 percent of surveyed millennials provide financial support to their parents. As Buck Wargo explains in his blog post, most … Continue reading

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3 Ways Children Act Out During Divorce

Children of divorce are forced to adjust to so many dramatic changes. As difficult as your divorce might be for you, at least you have the prospect of starting your life anew and escaping an unhappy relationship. Children of divorce … Continue reading

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