Today, social media is used by just about everyone. Platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat attract just about everyone to share snippets of their lives with their following. These sites are a great way to stay connected and have fun online. However, when you’re in the middle of a divorce, they should be used with great caution.
Getting ready to begin your divorce mediation? Most people who choose the route of mediation are hoping for the smoothest divorce possible. In order to make that a reality, there are a number of things to have prepared before entering the mediation room. While the initial stage of document-gathering may not be enjoyable, it can make a big difference in the actual mediation process.
When you’re facing a divorce and would like to go through it as amicably as possible, collaborative divorce is a great option to consider. It costs less, avoids potentially nasty litigation, and allows both parties to move on with their lives sooner. The most important factor that make collaborative divorce an amicable solution, however, is that both individuals agree to handle the divorce in this way.
With summer drawing near and the taste of freedom so close for every child, it’s a good time to make sure you’re ready to handle everything that summer break is as a co-parent. Co-parenting through summer break can be hard, as it’s a completely new schedule thrown at you that requires flexibility, new pick-up windows, family vacations, and more. Especially for those who’ve just recently gone through divorce, summer break brings up a whole new host of challenges.