For a successful get-together with a blended family, set conflicts aside, communicate ahead of time, and keep expectations clear.
Kids who see their parents bicker during a separation or divorce are more likely to develop a fear of abandonment, new research warns.
“It presented a crack in the façade that we’re friends and super great co-parents or the poster children for divorce.”
Attending one’s final divorce hearing is an inherently bizarre experience. This article by Tiana Clark in The Washington Post takes it one step further.
Here are tips on how to talk to your spouse about wanting a divorce and some action steps.
To go through a divorce or breakup with a longtime partner is to have a sudden lack of company. How can you support a friend going through divorce?
How might divorce settlements be structured to take advantage of recent tax changes?
A peaceful divorce can benefit both children and parents. Here is some advice for how to do it.
When is a “nesting” parenting arrangement a viable option?