With summer just around the corner, our thoughts are on summer vacations. If you are going through a divorce or are recently divorced, you question how you are going to manage summer vacations with the kids.
Join us June 1 to learn more about parenting plans and get answers to many other questions you may have.
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Have you ever flown in an airplane?
Do you remember what the flight attendant said about if the oxygen masks drop down due to the cabin losing air pressure – put the oxygen mask on YOURSELF first!
As moms, we are used to taking care of our family first – way before we take care of ourselves – but during… Read More
With divorce comes many questions, one of which what can happen to your retirement. Working with a Financial Planner will provide you with more detail on how to manage your retirement during divorce.
Join us May 4 to get answers to these questions and many more.
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Working thru the divorce process is never easy, and it takes a toll on all involved.
Many times during a separation we are solely focused on “getting it over and finalized” and do not worry about the personal, emotional and physical collateral damage it leaves behind.
But it doesn’t have to be that way!
Establishing self-care routines early on in… Read More
March 14, 2019 – Collaborative Practice San Diego Announces New Board Members
Excerpt – San Diego, CA — (SBWIRE) — 03/14/2019 — “I was honored to serve as President for Collaborative Practice San Diego during the 2018 term. Members of this group are caring professionals, eager to work together and facilitate the divorce process as amicably as possible for our… Read More
Divorce can take a toll on the family as a whole. However, with the right help you can make it through your divorce in a peaceful manner. But, how can you do to make sure that your children thrive after your divorce?
Join us April 6 to get answers to these and many other questions you may have.
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When children are involved in a divorce there are many steps that need to be taken and many questions that need to be answered.
How do we tell the kids?
How do we get through this without tearing the family apart?
What is “nesting”?
Join us March 2, at 9 a.m. to get the answers to these questions and many… Read More
The guiding principle which is going to determine whether or not the court approves a parental relocation is if the move is within the best interest of the child. The court of law will consider these:
Reason for move
Age of child
Educational, psychological, and religious needs of child
Proximity of new location to other members of the family
Quality… Read More
Valentine’s Day is an occasion to experience and share love. But what if you’re thinking about divorce, in the middle of divorce, or recently divorced? What does Valentine’s Day mean to you?
You might be uncertain of how you feel and that’s OK. It might be just another day, memories – good or bad – might arise, or it might… Read More
By Lynn Waldman and Shawn Skillin
Many clients ask us if they have to leave or sell their home when they get a divorce.
The answer is not always clear!
It’s complicated, so there are many factors that we consider when we are advising our clients how to handle the family home.
Here are a few questions and thoughts we… Read More