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December 2017 Archives

What divorcing couples should know about selling their home

When couples divorce, they often are faced with the task of selling the family home. In fact, that's the choice made by over 60 percent of divorcing couples. It's often not financially feasible for one spouse to buy out the other's share and maintain the house alone. Further, it may be simply more space that either of them needs.

How can you avoid toxic communication with your co-parent?

Toxic relationships don't necessarily become less toxic when a couple parts ways. In fact, sometimes, the stress and conflict of divorce can bring even more animosity between people. However, when you have children, you have to find a way to communicate civilly for their well-beieng, if not for your own mental health.

Focus on the big matters and let the small ones go

For a child, having parents who don't live together is often difficult to handle. If you are a parent in that position, you need to think carefully about how you are going to deal with your child's other parent. It might seem all too easy to just nitpick at everything the other parent does; however, doing this can cause frustration and turn a difficult situation into an even worse one.

Does it make sense to split custody of the kids between parents?

When married couples split up, they often don't initiate divorce proceedings in an amicable fashion. Especially, when kids are in the picture, the prospect of a parent not getting to spend his or her free time with his or her child may make things quite difficult to swallow.

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