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4 Tips for Keeping Your Family Intact During the Coronavirus

Every unhappy family may be unique, but right now, a lot of families are unhappy in a similar way for similar reasons. Here are tips for keeping your family intact during the Coronavirus. The post 4 Tips for Keeping Your Family Intact During the Coronavirus appeared first on Divorce Magazine. Read More –>

The Unvarnished Truth About Children And Divorce

  I’m not one of those experts who believe that divorce has little significant effect on a child’s life. I’m of the opinion that divorce can set a child up for lifelong emotional struggles. The divorce of a child’s parents leaves them with negative emotions they will deal with throughout their lives in one way […]

20 Signs Your Ex Is Narcissistic

You leave and you’ll never see the kids again Narcissistic mother Things started so well.  They seemed perfect and, even better, they made you feel perfect too.  They lavished praise and attention on you.  It felt wonderful.  It was everything you ever dreamed of. Then they stopped being so affectionate.  They started talking about someone […]

Paying Child Support & Alimony During COVID-19

By Jadelyne LongLitigation Attorney, Cordell & Cordell Companies are laying off and furloughing employees across the county, with those furloughed unsure that they will be employed after the stay-at-home order is lifted in their state. These are common concerns many of our clients at Cordell & Cordell have presented us with due to the COVID-19 […]

What to Know Before You Start a New Career Post-Divorce

From valuable skills that will make your resume irresistible to what you can’t afford to overlook when you’re considering a new position, here’s what to know before pursuing a new career post-divorce. The post What to Know Before You Start a New Career Post-Divorce appeared first on Divorce Magazine. Read More –>

Single Parenting: Do We Ever Stop Feeling Guilty?

  The beauty of life, while we cannot undo what is done, we can see it, understand it, learn from it and change so that every new moment is spent not in regret, guilt, fear or anger but in wisdom, understanding, and love. Single parent or not, I don’t think there is a space that […]

How Co-Parenting Might Look This Summer Given Current Circumstances

Originally published by Bryce Hopson. Summer season is fast approaching, and that would typically mean co-parents across the metroplex are gearing up for some significant changes to their daily schedules with kids staying home. In the current environment created by Covid-19 and social distancing, the summer of 2020 might look very different than those of […]

Daycare Costs During COVID-19

Question: My ex removed our child from daycare because she’s afraid of safety during the pandemic. Should I be given a credit since a portion of my child support is meant to go toward daycare costs? Answer: I do not practice law in your state. Therefore, I cannot inform you as to the specific laws […]