Child Custody + Children and Divorce + Co-Parenting + Pets + Step-Parenting
Co parenting is hard and parent expert, Jay Skibbens, gives tips for dads and moms as they navigate a new parenting situation with exEXPERTS.
Protecting yourself in case your ex doesn’t follow the divorce agreement can be a lifesaver. Tracy Malone explains how to do this with a simple clause.
A parent advocate can help a divorcing couple co-parent with the best interest of a special needs child in mind. This is what you need to know.
Ben & Nikki wrote the book Our Happy Divorce because their journey from friendship to marriage to parents to divorce and back to friendship is amazing!
Becoming a “Mrs.” again after divorce is scary, but if you grow and learn what works and open your eyes to new experiences and people, you may reconsider!
Blending families isn’t for everyone, it worked for Jessica, but not so much for Jen Hurvitz. She shares her opinion of what you should consider first!
Michelle Dempsey shares her divorce story & how she helps others navigate their own journeys. Being comfortable with being uncomfortable is a start.
Jess & T.H. have lived it, so they know what worked, and what they should have focused on in their divorce agreements as it relates to their family & kids.
We are sharing our parenting tips! And the lessons we’ve learned that make communicating with your kids (especially during divorce) easier.
Your kids may have two homes: yours and your ex’s. Jennifer Gallagher is no stranger to this double-home scenario and can coach you on what NOT to do.
Co-parenting after divorce is difficult. To make it easier, you need to learn to recognize, manage and respond to triggers – it benefits you and your kids.
Ever thought, how does divorce effect children? And think, there really should be a support group for children of divorce. Well, there is!