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5 Tips for Successful Summer Co-Parenting for Divorced Parents

Posted on May 17th, 2022 by StuTech

  By Karen Dorsey, M.Ed., CDC® Affordable Mediation Divorce and Co-Parenting Coach, Karen Dorsey, offers some tips for summer co-parenting after divorce.  Please feel free to set up a free 20-minute consult with Karen to discuss how co-parenting coaching can help you have a productive relationship with your ex. Call us at 602-714-7447 or schedule online […]

529 Plans and Divorce

Posted on December 22nd, 2021 by ownerAM

If you have a 529 plan for your children and are going through a divorce, you may have some questions. In Arizona, the laws surrounding 529 plans might be different from other states, so it’s important to know your state’s specific laws. In this post, we’ll answer some of the biggest questions people have regarding [...]

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Thankful for Online Shopping

Posted on November 18th, 2021 by ownerAM

This year I decided to query my 10-year old twins about what they are thankful for this Thanksgiving season.  Twin 1 immediately responded “Family, Friends……and Shopping Online!” Twin 2 snored (guess I should have asked BEFORE bedtime) At first, I was thinking, “well, at least she put family and friends first.” But, then, it hit […]

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Addressing COVID Vaccinations in your Divorce Parenting Plan

Posted on November 5th, 2021 by ownerAM

Co-parenting when you’re divorced can be complicated and difficult. You have to agree over your child’s schedule, their activities, parenting plans, and maybe even their diet and their friends. The COVID-19 vaccine adds another obstacle for divorced parents. With so many divided over the vaccine, it’s entirely common if two parents disagree about whether their [...]

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Co-Parenting And Sports

Posted on August 27th, 2020 by Nic Pel

Extracurricular activities such as organized sports are a big part of our kiddos’ lives.  Numerous studies promote the physical, mental, and social development benefits of participation in youth sports.  When we had our son, I didn’t think much about sports.  As a toddler and through kindergarten, he was always very physically active, but in considering […]

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Things To Do at Home With the Kids for Divorced Parents

Posted on April 3rd, 2020 by ownerAM

Being a divorced parent means you have to handle complex situations and emotions that crop up, seemingly constantly. Now, with the added challenge of the Coronavirus situation, you may have even more on your plate than ever before, including finding things to do at home with the kids as a divorced parent. Some of you […]

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Stay Out of Court with Divorce Mediation

Posted on August 9th, 2019 by ownerAM

There are so many lawyer jokes. So many people nervous and unhappy about the way the government handles itself. That’s why the idea of working through the courts with two teams of lawyers doesn’t give divorcing couples a warm-and-fuzzy feeling about what’s coming for them and their future. The good news is that most of [...]

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Co-Parenting and Calendar Apps for Divorced Parents

Posted on July 26th, 2019 by ownerAM

We recently covered the co-parenting trend, as highlighted by some celebrity couples and their co-parenting experiences. But they probably have paid staff to handle most of the little details that need to be managed in a co-parenting situation, like time, money, documents, and more. Luckily for the rest of us, there are some pretty handy [...]

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