Having a clear system in place for handling shared expenses and reimbursements will help to reduce some of the stress that comes along with these money matters.
When social media begins to interfere with your coparenting, it may be time to reassess how you are using and viewing information on these platforms.
It may seem impossible at the onset, but it is possible to overcome conflict in co-parenting and peacefully raise your children as partners in parenting.
Knowing what causes sibling rivalries to flare during a divorce is the first step to preventing them from getting out of hand.
Prepping your child for going back to school after a huge transition can be tough, but the right strategies can help your family get through it.
While it may not be easy to listen to your child ask for their other parent, the way that you respond in these moments could have a big impact on your child.
Selling a home as part of the divorce process can be an experience fraught with serious financial consequences. Here are a few points you may want to know.
As parents, teaching kids about money early on could impact how they handle their own expenses later in life.
As co-parents, it is important to find ways to communicate civilly between each other. Here are five tips on how to be a civil communicator.
Living in two homes can be hard for a child, but the right strategies can help. Here are seven ways to help your kids live happily in two homes.