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Four Reasons Why January Is Considered Divorce Month

Posted on December 27, 2019
January divorce photo

December is widely regarded as a month of celebration. Various holidays and the approach of the new year warrant festivities in many households across the country. However, many are unaware of the association between January and divorce rates. While the finalization of most divorces occurs later in the year, January sees the most divorce filings. … Continue reading

Four Ways Divorced Parents Can Handle Their Holiday Custody Schedule

Posted on November 25, 2019
Photo of a Family Enjoying Thanksgiving Dinner

Divorce makes the holiday season difficult. After all, developing a holiday custody schedule can be rough if parents cannot see eye-to-eye. As such, there may be tears and frustrations over who spends the most time with the kids. During this time, both parents and children can feel the tension. Parents likely want to spend the … Continue reading

What Issues Arise During a Gray Divorce?

Posted on August 8, 2019
Divorces are increasing among older Americans.

Not all marriages work out. In fact, some estimates suggest 40 to 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. This is true for couples in their 20s, 30s and 40s, but couples in their 50s and 60s are unique. For these latter age groups, divorce rates have increased since the 1990s. A divorce involving older … Continue reading

Thanksgiving Is Coming Up – How Do I Make a Fair Parenting Plan After a Divorce?

Posted on November 9, 2018
Picture of children walking during fall

The holiday season is coming up, and if you have recently gone through a divorce, you may be wondering what the best course of action is regarding holiday visitation for your children. The children will likely want to make sure they get to visit both sides of their family during Thanksgiving, so it is important … Continue reading

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