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Making Up Lost Parenting Time Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a lot of challenges for divorced parents who split custody of their children. Changing circumstances with work and school may make it necessary for changes to be made here and there to custody arrangements, which means one parent might not get as much time with the children as usual. It is… Read More »

Tips for Getting Through the Holidays After a Divorce

The holiday season is officially here. If this is your first holiday season after a recent divorce, it’s understandable to feel a little extra stress this year. After all, some of your traditions are likely to be upended. You may have to spend some of the season away from your kids. This might also be… Read More »

Do Divorces Peak During the Holidays?

The holiday season is upon us, and while it can bring plenty of excitement and joy, it can also come with a lot of stress and turmoil. You may have heard that the number of divorces peaks during the holiday season—but is this true? Here’s what the research says. Holiday stress and divorce statistics One… Read More »

Your Health Insurance Options After a Divorce

The state of New York does not require health insurance companies to provide insurance for divorced spouses. This means you or your spouse may lose your health insurance when you get divorced, if one of you was under the other spouse’s policy. Here is a quick overview of the options you do have to stay… Read More »

Common Sense Tips for Introducing a New Partner to Your Children

Finding a new partner after you’ve been divorced can be an exciting development in your life, and it’s natural to want to share your joy with the other people in your life, including your children. Of course, it is important to make the introductions as tactfully as possible, as children’s feelings about you entering into… Read More »

Does Divorce Affect Your Credit?

Many people will experience a hit to their credit during or after a divorce. However, it’s not the divorce itself that affects the credit—marital status has nothing to do with how your credit report is calculated. It’s the financial repercussions of your divorce that could result in your credit taking a hit. Losing a household… Read More »

Assets Commonly Overlooked in the Property Division Process

In the early phases of your divorce, you’ll need to take stock of all the assets you own so you can assist the court in developing a fair plan for the distribution of your marital assets. There are some items that are obvious — your home, your vehicles, all your credit cards and accounts and… Read More »

Save Money in Your Divorce by Acting Reasonably

If you’ve spent any time investigating the possibility of a divorce, you are probably well aware that it is not cheap. Even an uncontested divorce can result in thousands of dollars of legal fees. This is just one of the many reasons why it is in the best interests of both you and your spouse… Read More »

What You Can Do if Your Ex-Spouse is Moving Away with Your Kids

If you were recently told by your former spouse that they are moving away with your children to a place that will be tougher for you to visit regularly, you might be wondering what your rights are as a parent and if you have any recourse to prevent the move or change your custody arrangements…. Read More »

Important Tips for Divorcing Parents

Divorce is nearly always a complicated process, but it’s especially so when there are children in the picture. Below are some tips to consider if you are going through a divorce and worried about how you will continue to manage parenthood. Know that co-parenting successfully is possible, and that if you’re willing to commit to… Read More »