7 Ways to Save Your Marriage Before the Pandemic Ends

7 Ways to Save Your Marriage Before the Pandemic Ends

Has your partner’s loud Dorito chewing frayed your next-to-last nerve? Are you counting how many sheets of toilet paper your S.O. uses? Yes, you’re probably way past the pandemic’s honeymoon phase. You’re not alone if you’ve eyed up your spouse and thought, “Wait, I...
5 Ways to Help Your Teen Bust the Social-Distancing Blues

5 Ways to Help Your Teen Bust the Social-Distancing Blues

Welcome to the new normal—and the social distancing blues.  While most of us (even family pets) have had our routines upended for months, it’s important to remember that your older children—yes, your teenagers—might be taking this much harder than you think It’s not...
7 Ways to Manage Sadness and Anxiety During Your Divorce

7 Ways to Manage Sadness and Anxiety During Your Divorce

When you and your soon-to-be-ex were saying your vows, you probably didn’t imagine ending your marriage. You’re definitely not alone, as more than 782,000 couples divorce each year in the U.S. That’s nearly 2,142 divorces per day and 15,039 divorces per week—or one...
Exchanging Children is an Essential Activity

Exchanging Children is an Essential Activity

Despite having been divorced for 20 years, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis made news recently after sharing photos of their family’s shared pandemic lockdown. Clad in matching pajamas, the long-split couple certainly seems to be a model of co-parenting goals. However,...
How do you know it’s time to contact a divorce lawyer?

How do you know it’s time to contact a divorce lawyer?

It’s a two-syllable word that carries a whole lot of weight. Divorce. Many times it’s the ending of a relationship that was never expected to end – and that can make it really hard to take one of the very first step’s in the process: contacting a divorce...
Quarantine/COVID-19 Domestic Violence Resources

Quarantine/COVID-19 Domestic Violence Resources

Most Americans are calling it quarantine. Victims of domestic violence are calling it trapped.  The coronavirus pandemic has become part of everyday life for Americans. Schools are closed. Businesses have shut down. Workers are being laid off at an unprecedented pace....
Stimulus Checks Impact on Divorce, Child Support & Alimony

Stimulus Checks Impact on Divorce, Child Support & Alimony

On March 27, 2020, Congress and President Donald Trump signed a $2 trillion spending bill known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law, intending to offset the economic damages of the coronavirus pandemic. This spending bill...
Co-Parenting During a Pandemic

Co-Parenting During a Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic is unlike any prior state of emergency the United States has ever faced. With children schooling from home, businesses closing, and employers laying off workers in droves, this crisis is impacting more than just the public’s health –...
How to Keep Your Divorce Moving Forward During a Pandemic

How to Keep Your Divorce Moving Forward During a Pandemic

There’s never an ideal time to get divorced, but if there was, a global pandemic wouldn’t be it. Although it seems like the world has come to a grinding halt in the last few weeks, you’ll be surprised to find out that your divorce doesn’t have to. (And the same goes...

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