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How to Co-Parent During COVID-19

COVID-19 has presented new challenges for parents trying to navigate co-parenting and a blended family. Here are four tips for surviving this new normal:  Communicate Often  Whether it’s during a pandemic or not, making sure that everyone is on the same page is crucial. Throughout this time, especially, it’s important to over-communicate with your ex-spouse

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Surviving the Holidays After Divorce

Divorce can be a mess, but no one ever talks about the aftermath. What does moving forward actually look like? Here are 5 ways for newly divorced individuals to approach the holiday season in the most productive and healthy manner: 1. Find an outlet. It’s important to find a healthy outlet to process the feelings

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Five Tips for Solo Cooking, Post-Divorce

Five Tips for Solo-Cooking, Post-Divorce  Just about everything from your lifestyle to your living situation changes after the ink dries on your divorce papers. But, one, seemingly overlooked aspect of life post-divorce is the cooking situation.  Whether you cooked every day or had a meal waiting for you on the table, cooking for yourself can be

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Do I Qualify for Alimony?

Do I qualify for alimony? There are many factors to consider when determining whether someone is entitled to alimony following their divorce. The general principle is that alimony is based on the need of one spouse,  and the ability to pay by another. The Florida Statutes sets out 10 factors that help determine the amount of

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What’s okay to tell your kids about divorce?

What’s okay to tell your kids about divorce? Researchers and experts say it is important to tell your kids about your plan to divorce, but perhaps not right away. Although many articles discourage parents from discussing divorce with their children, inevitably the child will ask about their parents’ divorce. At some point, they will deserve

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