Co-Parenting during quarantine has got parents all over the world scrambling. How are you supposed to co-parent your kids when they’re home from school, you’re working from home, and the parenting plan you’ve got on paper has nothing to do with the reality you’re currently living? What do you … Read more about Common Sense Co-Parenting During Quarantine
Your marriage isn’t going well. ... Okay, your marriage pretty much sucks. But the thought of getting a divorce is terrifying! You’re not even sure you want a divorce. You just want your marriage to change. You want your life to change. Maybe a trial separation will help. The problem … Read more about 3 Things You MUST Agree On For A Trial Separation to Work 
Parenting is challenging for everyone. Co parenting with someone you’re no longer even living with is worse. Having to communicate, make parenting decisions, and manage your kids' schedules and bills from a distance is enough to rattle even the most amicable co parents. Co parenting apps like Our … Read more about The Ultimate Guide to Co Parenting Apps in 2019
You’re getting divorced and you have kids. You know that you are going to need to make some sort of a parenting plan with your soon-to-be-ex. But you have no idea of what should be in it or how to go about doing it. You understand that you are going to need to put together a schedule for when you … Read more about Why You Need a Good Parenting Plan and How to Make One
The story is all too familiar. The kids stand on the front steps, consumed by sadness. They watch their father walk toward the car. Silent tears roll down their cheeks while their dad gets in the car and drives away. As soon as he’s out of view, he chokes up and pulls over. He doesn’t want to lose … Read more about Shared Parenting v. Equal Parenting: 5 Ways the New Laws Will Hurt Kids
Tom Cruise's recent admission that his ex–wife Katie Holmes filed for divorce to protect their daughter Suri from Scientology highlights what can happen when divorce and religion mix and go awry. While religion may not be a motivating factor in most people's divorce, it can be an important part of a … Read more about Divorce and Religion: How Do Parents of Different Religions Deal if They Divorce?
Many divorce judgments contain what is known as a "morality clause." While there are many variations of that clause, a morality clause is essentially a provision in a divorce decree, or court order, that says that neither parent can have a romantic partner spend the night while the children are … Read more about Be Careful of What You Agree to: Understanding the Morality Clause in Your Divorce