Divorce and Well Being

A study from the National Institutes of Health and other evidence shows that divorce may be necessary for the wellbeing of the individuals involved. There are times when the relationship between adults is frequently in conflict, and that can spill over into larger familial relationships, having a potentially negative impact on children, as well as the personal well-being of each spouse. Read more

Tips to Help Your Kids Cope With a Divorce

Experienced divorce attorneys know the process can be one of the most challenging life experiences. Along with emotional distress, divorce can drain your time, money, and energy. The process can become significantly more complex when children are involved.

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Parenting Techniques Ensure Children’s Smooth Adjustment After Divorce

Divorcing parents worry about their children’s adjustment to new living arrangements and the potential long-term effects of divorce on their well-being. Luckily, research suggests that after the initial shock of divorce, children suffer fewer negative effects if their parents are tuned into their needs.   Read more

New Research Finds Benefits of Joint Custody

A study completed earlier in 2015 found that children of divorced families who live in two separate homes fare better than kids who only live with one parent.  Read more