When celebrities divorce, many of us tend to read with an eye toward wanting to know why. After all, though we don’t know celebrities personally — or, at least, most of us don’t — we feel that we know what they’re like and know enough about their lives to wonder...
Emotional Support And Divorce
What if I don’t want to explain my divorce?
It was definitely an eye-catching headline to be seeing the day after Valentine’s Day. In a Carolyn Hax advice column in the Washington Post, the stark question was simply “Do I have to explain my divorce?” But curiously, instead of Hax handling the question, she...
Be sure you’re ready to “relive your divorce” before you actually do
It’s not every week that we can relate a celebrity divorce to the divorces that our clients are going through, but something that Kim Kardashian expressed last week hit home with us … even though one of the articles about it started, “Nothing like watching your own...
How are these “tips on how to have an amicable divorce?”
We ran across five tips for an amicable divorce, and share our thoughts.
You may think you’re ready for a divorce, but are you really ready?
Being ready for a divorce means more than having your paperwork together.
An Ending is Also a Beginning
Remember that a divorce is a beginning as well as an ending.
Should I take holiday advice from Kelly Clarkson?
Kelly Clarkson gave some holiday advice, and we thought it interesting enough to share.
How does parental alienation affect court battles?
Parental alienation can impact what happens in the courtroom, during and after a divorce.
Some Valuable Parenting Advice in the Ongoing Pandemic
Parenting is challenging enough, but parenting in a pandemic is particularly challenging. Here are some helpful reflections on what you may be experiencing.
Why a mental health professional is so important in a collaborative divorce
One of the best things about choosing to divorce collaboratively is what a mental health professional brings to the equation.