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Tips to improve your co-parenting relationship

Transitioning your child from living in one home to two is rarely easy, and neither is establishing a successful co-parenting relationship with your former spouse or partner. In most cases, successful co-parenting relationships take time and effort to develop, but if you and your ex are able to develop one, your child will likely reap the benefits.

3 costly divorce mistakes you should avoid

Divorce is never fun, but it does not have to be full of financial mistakes and nasty arguments. This might be a difficult chapter in your life, but you can take some steps to avoid it becoming a tragedy. If you keep your cool and make smart decisions amid all the complications and frustrations, you can come out the other side with your finances and emotions intact. 

7 ways to make divorce easier on your kids

Divorce can be particularly difficult for children, no matter what their age. Unlike adults, they lack the tools to deal with the grief that comes with this major life change. Children may worry that they will lose their parents' love or feel that the divorce is somehow their fault. They may have difficulties adjusting to a new schedule or with transitioning between parents.

Co-parenting doesn’t come naturally

When you got married, you didn’t plan to get divorced. When you had children with your then-spouse, you didn’t plan on raising them in two separate households. Unfortunately, it happened and here you are, learning how to manage this new life. While you weren’t prepared for any of it, one thing stands out: co-parenting isn’t easy.

Think Like A Business Woman During Your Divorce

When you’re going through a divorce, you know that the entire process is filled with emotions. So when someone tells you to try remove the emotions from the decisions, it might sound impossible. How do you remove the emotions from the most emotionally-consuming time of your life?

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