Divorce and Family

Parental Alienation

SplitReady Answers – What Can I Do to Stop Parental Alienation?

What can I do to stop parental alienation? – James from Austin, TX The simple answer is tragic when one parent manipulates a child to cause harm to the other parent and that parent’s relationship with the child. At its worst, parental alienation is the destruction of the parent-child relationship through psychological abuse of the …

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SplitReady Answers – Does Child Support Cover School Supplies and Fees?

Does Child Support Cover School Supplies and Fees? – Don from South Holland The most simple answer to what does child support cover is food, shelter and clothing. What does it cover beyond that? The first step is what does it say in your agreement. Ideally, the child support agreement would cover, in great detail, …

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SplitReady Answers – What is Nesting as Co-Parenting After Divorce?

What is nesting as co-parenting after divorce? – Jennifer in Indianapolis, IN After divorce, kids can have a tough time. As they share time with both parents, they also get introduced to a new school, new home and new routine. Nesting is a unique and highly debated solution for divorcing couples with kids. Instead of …

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How ‘thoughtful communication’ can improve your marriage, according to a divorce attorney: NBC

Married couples want to live happily ever after, but about half of marriages in the U.S. end in divorce, according to the American Psychological Association. It’s a problem divorce attorney James Sexton attributes to couples simply not knowing how to communicate. “We need to have a conversation about how to have the conversation,” explains Sexton, author of “If …

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5 Tips for Working Through Your Emotional Divorce | HuffPost

By Divorce Magazine As you work through the legal, financial, and practical aspects of divorce, don’t forget about your “emotional divorce.” Here are 5 tips to help you detach emotionally from your ex-spouse and move on with your life. By Andra Brosh, Ph.D. for Divorce Magazine The definition of divorce is “the legal dissolution of a marriage by …

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