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How should I talk to kids about divorce?

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is telling your kids about the decision. Children often have a difficult time coping with the news, and it's important to make them feel loved and comforted when informing them of your split. Parents Magazine recommends the following tips when having this talk with your children. 

The dangers of dating during your divorce

Your divorce may seem to consume all your emotional energy right now. Nevertheless, it will eventually come to an end. You may want to get a jumpstart on your future by looking for a new love interest. Unfortunately, dating too soon may cause more problems than it solves. 

What can I do about an ex's substance abuse?

Whether it's related to drugs or alcohol, substance abuse is an issue that impacts the entire family. This is especially true when ex-spouses share custody, in which case their child could be at risk when spending time at the parent's house who uses drugs or alcohol. Very Well Family explains how to deal with this issue so your child remains protected. 

Retain financial security as a divorcing stay-at-home mom

When you get used to a certain lifestyle, divorce can rock your financial boat significantly. It comes with court fees, attorney fees and other associated costs, such as hiring additional professionals in high-asset cases. The more complicated, contentious or drawn-out the divorce, the more expensive it will be.

How can I leave an abusive relationship?

Leaving an abusive relationship can be one of the hardest things a person does in her life. Along with emotional issues, you might also have fears about the safety of yourself or your children. That's why having a plan in place is so important. WomensHealth.gov offers the following tips on how you can extract yourself in a safe and secure manner when involved in an abusive or violent relationship. 

Breaking up with a spouse due to their poor decisions

We recognize that there are countless reasons why couples split up, whether they have only been dating for a few months or they have been married for decades. When it comes to ending a marriage, the process of moving on from a relationship can be more complicated for various reasons (not only from a legal point of view, but an emotional one as well). Marriages end for countless reasons and in this post, we will take a look at why some people decide to move on from a marriage because of the poor decisions that their spouse has made or continues to make.

How California determines the “best interests of the child”

When California courts need to make important decisions regarding child custody or visitation, they will almost always consider “the best interests of the child” before making any final determinations. While courts examine several factors to determine the best interests of a child, there are certain areas you can assume they will review before deciding what type of arrangement would ultimately serve your child best.

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