How to plan for the summer when you’re divorcingHalf term’s just finished and the school summer break feels ages away. But if you’re a divorced or separated parent and want your summer to be smooth rather than stormy, you need to think about arrangements for the...
Who’s on your divorce team? Who’s on your divorce team may sound like an odd question? But divorce can feel lonely. However bad your marriage was, the move from being together to being apart affects every aspect of your life: where and how you live, finances,...
Children and divorce Just as divorce is a testing time for adults, it’s challenging and stressful for children. In this blog we look at ways you can support your children through the divorce process. The impact of divorce on children The first thing to...
How Family Mediation Can Help You Last time on the blog we looked at the basics of what family mediation is. I also shared how it’s not for everyone. If you are in a high conflict divorce mediation is unlikely to help you gain control or reach resolution, and a...
Divorce: Put Yourself First Do you know what the main obstacle to divorce is for many women who are thinking about leaving? It’s not about how they’ll cope. And it’s not about money. It’s about shame.Brené Brown and ShameShame is such a huge issue in divorce,...
Creating a Divorce Plan – Part 2 Last time on the blog we talked about divorce plans: what they are, why you need them and how to create one. Check back to Creating a Divorce Plan – Part 1, if you missed it. This time we will look at the curveballs. As with...
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