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Back-to-School Tips for Divorced Parents

Posted on August 19th, 2021 by ownerAM

Some of my divorce mediation clients have questions about navigating back-to-school with their new co-parent status.  There are several ways to ease not only the divorce transition, but the back-to-school transition as you move forward as partners in parenthood.  Here are some ideas that may help a little: Open Communication:  It seems obvious, but easier […]

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Spring Renewal, Blooms, and Divorce

Posted on March 20th, 2021 by ownerAM

I’m seeing more and more couples and families reframe their divorce from the negative connotations of the past to a more positive transition.  Some are committed to the friendliest divorce possible.  Others want to handle things perfectly equalized and as fair as possible.  Many voice that their divorce is a chance at renewal and hope. […]

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How Divorce is Like Football (But Only if You Litigate)

Posted on February 4th, 2021 by ownerAM

As my husband gears up for Superbowl LV, I have the “privilege” of a constant soundtrack of sports talk shows, live games and SportsCenter in my home/office.  So, by osmosis, I’ve picked up a few terms that seem appropriate in a divorce scenario. Playbooks Coaches have game plans the teams review and generally follow before [...]

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In Inauguration Or In Divorce: Choose The Path To Peace And Healing

Posted on January 14th, 2021 by ownerAM

As we as a nation, regardless of political leanings, yearn for a better future and path forward for ourselves, our families and our country, the Biden Inauguration can be looked at as a symbol of healing.  This is one in many significant transitions affecting many of our lives right now.  And, although the stressors of […]

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Divorcing in Uncertain Times (COVID and Economy)

Posted on December 7th, 2020 by ownerAM

Divorcing in uncertain times, like what we are experiencing right now with COVID -19, adds another level of complication to the decision to divorce, and to the process of divorcing. When you also add in the looming threat of a recession that is a lot to deal with. For couples in this unpleasant situation, mediation […]

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Too Much Debt To Divorce?

Posted on October 8th, 2020 by StuTech

The decision of whether or not to divorce is complicated enough without worrying that there is too much debt to divorce, or dealing with concerns about how you would even go about dividing debt. The decision needs to be based on what is the best thing to do, not on worries about dividing debt in […]

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How To Save Your Marriage When One Wants Out

Posted on September 30th, 2020 by StuTech

The marital difficulties that often lead to divorce are not easily eliminated when one partner wants to save the marriage and the other partner wants out. With a typical couple, there are so many intricate factors at play that things are usually very complicated by the time they reach the stage of contemplating divorce.  However, […]

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Divorce and Mortgage Questions: The Difference Between a Title and a Mortgage

Posted on February 14th, 2020 by ownerAM

Divorce mortgage questions are an important issue when couples separate.  Divorce is incredibly stressful and that stress shouldn’t be compounded by confusion around separating assets, like a home. Knowing the ins and outs of mortgage deeds, titles, and quitclaim deeds will reduce that confusion ensure that you are protected.  Knowledge is power and that is […]

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Children and Divorce: Are There Benefits of Divorce?

Posted on November 20th, 2019 by ownerAM

  What about the kids? That’s often the big, emotional question when a couple starts thinking about divorce. And it is a big question. The last thing parents want to do is hurt their kids. Parents want to remain committed to being good parents, even in the face of a separation.  So, can kids actually […]

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Should Divorced Parents Spend Holidays Together?

Posted on November 6th, 2019 by ownerAM

The kids. They are central to so many decisions around your divorce. And here come the holidays. Should you and your ex spend the holidays together? Will that benefit your kids? There are pros and cons to divorced parents spending the holidays together and considerations should you choose to do so. Can you still be […]

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