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Choosing the Right Divorce Lawyer For Your Situation

Besides fighting a traffic ticket, divorce gives most people their first and perhaps only exposure to their state’s legal system

5 Reasons Why It’s Not a Good Idea to Keep Secrets

By Terry Gaspard, LICSW When people keep secrets from their partner they often rationalize their behavior to themselves and others. 

3 Signs You’re Ready For A Divorce – Especially If You’re A Parent!

Divorce is usually riddled in drama. It’s not an easy decision to make, and it comes with a multitude of

COVID-19 & Back-To-School Season: What Happens When Parents Don’t Agree?

Top Chicago Family Attorney Says A Contingency Plan Is A Must For Co-Parents The stress and constantly changing information surrounding

Why are Apologies Important in a Marriage?

Apologies are a key ingredient to a healthy, long-term marriage. They allow us to accept that no one is without

5 Tips for Finance Management After Divorce

It’s no secret that going through the process of a divorce can affect you mentally, physically, and financially. As you

Navigating Co-parenting Challenges During COVID-19

The entire world is facing numerous challenges during COVID-19, but those you encounter as a divorced co-parent may feel unique

Make Parent-Child Communication A Top Priority After Divorce

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC It’s no secret. One of the biggest challenges a parent faces after divorce is having healthy

Children & Divorce: A Family Approach to Discussing Divorce

Your family is experiencing a transition. Divorce is difficult for everyone—parents, children, everyone is affected by the change. It’s new,

Resolving Issues After Divorce Through Mediation

Once a divorce is over, one of the many feelings a person feels is relief that the long, difficult and

5 Ways Your Belief in a Soul Mate is Holding You Back

By Lisa Arends I’ve never been one to believe in soul mates. Even when my 22-year-old self said “I do”

Divorced? Badmouthing Your Ex Is Bad For Your Children

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC We all do it from time to time. Make a sarcastic comment about our ex, criticize

Will My Marriage Survive COVID-19?

If you are asking yourself this question, you need to know you are not alone.  Our families in the United

How To Be Happy Again After Divorce

Whenever you go through a difficult life situation like divorce it’s tempting to seek out short-term pleasure as a way

Mother’s Day Reflections: 7 Lessons Learned from My Divorce

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW Mother’s Day is a perfect time to reflect on how my divorce changed my relationship