Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda: Beating Divorce Remorse

Most people go through a grief process after divorce, but if you’re stuck in the “coulda, woulda, shoulda” phase, it’s a sign that you haven’t accepted the fact that your marriage is over.

Wondering if you might have saved your relationship if you’d done things differently won’t change what happened. It will, however, keep you from moving forward. Read on to learn how Kyle, a history professor, finally made peace with his past — and how you can, too! Read more

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Divorce Dilemma: Can I Afford To Keep The House?

Woman thinking about whether or not to keep the house

Going through divorce and wondering if you should keep the house? Read more

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Win a FREE Prenuptial Agreement

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Are you recently engaged? Planning to pop the question soon? Tell us the story of how you and your Valentine met and you could win a FREE prenuptial agreement, courtesy of Weinberger Divorce and Family Law Group.  Read more

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High-Conflict Divorce: What To Do When Your Ex Won’t Get Over Being Angry

dealing with an angry ex

Chronically angry exes have trouble seeing their part in the demise of the marriage. They blame the other person as a way to avoid looking at their own problems and role in the divorce. High-conflict people usually don’t “get over it” and will seek targets of blame (i.e., you) instead of seeking help.

One way of understanding this is to think of your high conflict ex as an addict: he or she is addicted to anger. They need to stay mad at you in order to keep grief and shame at bay.

So how do you keep from losing your marbles when you have to interact with a perpetually angry ex? Read more

Talking to a child about divorce.

Your Spouse Cheated; You’re Divorcing. What Do You Tell The Kids?

Talking to a child about divorce.

One of the toughest things about divorce is breaking the news to your kids. But what do you say when infidelity is the reason for your split? Read more

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Co-Parenting With A Hostile Ex When Your Kid Gets In Trouble At School

co-parenting when your kids are in trouble at school

It’s hard enough co-parenting with a hostile ex when things are going smoothly, but the process becomes much tougher when your child is struggling or acting out in school. Although you can’t control your ex’s behavior, you can be proactive if you know what to expect and employ strategies for how to manage the crazy. Read more

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Top 3 Costly Mistakes of Divorce

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What are the Top Costly Mistakes of Divorce? And how can I avoid them?

These critical questions are ones anyone going into a divorce should ask themselves. If you have to get divorced, you want it to be as swift, as painless, and as effective as possible. You need to start your new life confident in the knowledge that your future is protected. We understand this.

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7 Time Management Tips For The Solo Parent

solo parenting

Are you a busy solo parent? Here’s how to save time and stress as you care for your kids — and try to juggle all your other responsibilities! Read more

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Depression And Single Parenthood: How To Cope

depression and coparenting

The disruption of divorce and overwhelming nature of single parenthood can give even a happy-go-lucky person a case of the blues. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Here’s how to cope — and how to conquer — depression as a solo parent. Read more

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18 Tips For Having A Better Co-Parenting Relationship in 2018

co-parenting in 2018

Was 2017 a bad year for you and your co-parent? Resolve to turn things around in 2018. Co-parenting is a skill than you can improve with practice. Read on for tips on how you can get along better with your ex. Read more