Co-parenting can be a testing journey, even under the best of circumstances. But what happens…
Creating a comprehensive parenting plan is essential for co-parents who are separated or divorced. A well-thought-out plan helps ensure the well-being of the children involved and provides clarity and structure for both parents.
For many women, there comes a moment when we know it’s over and divorce is inevitable. Several women reveal when this a-ha moment came.
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This letter from a mother to her daughter’s stepmother has gone viral, and it’s easy to see why.
No one goes into a marriage assuming it will end in divorce. Yet it happens. Often. Whether you’ve been married for 15 months or 15 years or any other amount of time, it can be incredibly difficult to navigate the waters and determine how to end your marriage.
Co-parenting during the early stages of separation isn’t always smooth sailing, and if you’re dealing with an uncooperative ex-partner it can make things especially challenging.
One of the trickiest parts of separating is deciding the right co-parenting schedule. While there’s no one-size-fits-all, our family law expert offers five excellent options for children of all ages.
Amber was scrolling through Instagram like she did every afternoon when she noticed a park in an influencer’s story that looked familiar. This was just the beginning…
“It became glaringly evident that my ex and I did not see eye to eye. And this realisation that I had to share my kids with someone who doesn’t share my parenting values, well, it was one of the first, stomach-churning moments of my life.”