Being part of a blended family is great, you come together and most of the time it works out well. But what many people forget about when it comes to a blended family is the ex!
Here are five nice things you should do for your ex that will help you, the ex and your children heal during the aftermath of a divorce.
Divorce can be hard on everyone. There is property to be divided and child custody issues, but what about the dog(s)?
We all make mistakes but here are a few that we should try to avoid.
Learn how to equip your children with the tools to make it through the divorce and strengthen your family overall.
When you join two families together you are usually aware of everyone you’re going to get. New partner, new kids, new in-laws and new friends. Sometimes though, you forget about that other person that comes: the ex.
Everyone has a nightmare story about child support. We break down the pros and cons of filing for child support
No matter how serious the issue is that’s prompted divorce, it’s important to keep several things in mind so that the divorce doesn’t lead to any hostile parental alienation.
Have you been frustrated by the way your ex’s household manages transitions, cares for the children or arranges their time? What benefit has that frustration been to you or your kids?
Five things to keep in mind when dating a divorcé. Anyone else have other suggestions?