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Surviving Divorce: 20 Dos and Don'tsBy na - 20 Do's and Don'ts to help you survive divorce. Simple guide for coping with divorce with 20 hints you can put into effect immediately to help you get through this difficult family time. (Added: 2-Apr-2012 Hits: 638 )
Divorce and the psychological fallout for childrenBy Bonnie Miller Rubin - FOR years, social scientists have believed that children of divorce have had more behaviour problems than those growing up in two-parent homes. But research suggests the impact may not be as damaging as believed. (Added: 15-Oct-2008 Hits: 1362 )
Children and Divorce Issues - Navigating The WatersBy na - On this page you'll find some excellent resources to help you inform yourself about various issues related to your children if you should be in a divorce situation. Nice, and starts with the absolute basic things you need to understand. (Added: 2-Apr-2012 Hits: 631 )
Why Couples Are Choosing Mediation in Divorce CasesBy Bruce Provda - Find out why couples are choosing mediation as a means of resolving differences when they divorce. Lower cost, less hostility and more. (Added: 5-Nov-2014 Hits: 562 )
Mitigating High Conflict Divorce DisputesBy Brooke Olson - High levels of parental conflict have consistently been shown to be among the most destructive factors in both intact and divorced families. Currently, we have an epidemic of children caught up in the chaos and turmoil of parental conflict. Studies show that in the United States, on average, 50% of all marriages will fail, and that out of those that fail, 30% will become high conflict divorces. Unfortunately, the conflict doesn%u2019t end when the divorce is final, and this leaves the children of these high conflict relationships at risk in many areas of their life: emotionally, physically, educationally and financially. (Added: 15-Oct-2008 Hits: 1544 )
Why Couples Are Choosing Mediation in Divorce CasesBy Bruce Provda - If you are looking at mediation as a means of making your marriage survive OR as a means of getting through the divorce here's a good overview article. (Added: 11-Mar-2014 Hits: 627 )
Child Custody Battles - Getting Prepared - Your Child - Your Divorce - The Complete Parent%u2019s Guide to Children and DivorceBy na - Unfortunately, child custody battles are often part of bitter divorces. If you and your spouse can’t reach an agreement about custody, you need to prepare yourself in the event that your custody case goes to trial. Today, it can no longer be assumed that the mother will get custody of the children. Instead, what judges consider during a custody trial is based on the “best interests of the child”, and they try to give custody to the parent who will provide the best environment and upbringing for the children. (Added: 15-Oct-2008 Hits: 1080 )
Why Do So Many Marriages Fail?By Gillis Triplett - Chances are you know someone who has endured the pain of a miserable marriage or had to swallow the bitter pill of divorce. Why do so many men and women who truly believed they were soul mates and lovers for life, find themselves combatants in the divorce court? The answers to those questions are not complicated at all. Follow me closely as we get to the bottom line reasons why so many marriages fail. (Added: 23-Mar-2006 Hits: 1195 )
Parenting Plan Overview For Divorcing ParentsBy na - Divorce conflicts can adversely affect your children. This short article provides some hints for developing a parenting plan for divorce situations to help reduce the impact of marital conflict. (Added: 7-Jul-2004 Hits: 781 )
How to Have a Friendly DivorceBy na - Divorce can be civil if not amicable. Few of us hear of a truly ‘friendly divorce.’ But He, She, and Kids all fare a lot better when the couple involved in the divorce behave as rational, mature adults. A short list of cardinal rules to be observed by Mom and Dad will improve everyone’s adjustment to a reconfigured life. (Added: 15-Oct-2008 Hits: 1003 )
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