With the holidays in full swing, we often see couples who are divorcing struggle with the all-time stressful seasonal question – Who gets the kids for the holidays?
It’s one of the top questions that comes up during the collaborative divorce process. Our team of professionals– divorce coaches, mental health therapists and child specialists–along with input from the couple and… Read More
The most common concern I hear from divorcing parents is “will our children be ok?” They also frequently want to know what the best parenting plan is. My answer is always that if there was a perfect parenting plan, we would all be using it, but there isn’t. However, the best parenting plan is the one you can both agree… Read More
Gray Divorce, divorce over the age of fifty, doubled between 1990 and 2010 and is expected to triple by 2030. This means there are a lot of adult children who are experiencing divorce as their parents move on from each other.
Adult children experience a wide range of emotions as their parents separate, sell the family home, start dating new… Read More
When you find yourself going through a divorce, you are busy dealing with your emotional well-being. However, it’s also imperative not to overlook your children’s emotional well-being, no matter their age.
When you choose to utilize the collaborative divorce process, you and your spouse will have a child mental health specialist available to you who is versed in helping with… Read More
February is the month of love.
Do you have concern about divorce process? Collaborative San Diego can help you, contact us today at (858) 472-4022 to schedule a consultation!
But what if love is lost?
What if instead of falling in love, or being in love, you are facing the end of love or the transition from marriage to divorce?… Read More
For children who are part of a family where divorce has occurred, the holidays are filled with many emotions and may be hard to navigate through.
Here are some suggestions to help your children get through the holiday season:
Don’t ignore the emotions that they are feeling due to the divorce
Be willing to listen without judgment
Don’t speak negatively… Read More
When you are in the middle of getting divorced and have kids, if you are not careful, they can have a stressful holiday vacation.
It is not healthy for a child to be thrust into the middle of a divorce and forced to pick sides or choose who they stay with during the Thanksgiving and Christmas vacations.
But, when you… Read More
With the holidays upon us it is important to help your children make it through happily.
Join us on December 7 to learn tips on co-parenting as well as sharing custody during the holidays.
Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More
The majority of grandparents want to be involved in the lives of their grandkids. Most had great experiences raising their own kids and wish to continue being a source of support and unconditional love for their family.
If you’re being denied accessibility to your grandkids you may not have many options in the State of California. Grandparents have rights, but… Read More
The transition from marriage to divorce may be daunting for parents, but kids may also have their own concerns in regard to the divorce. The family structure is being changed in a big way; therefore, they might have fears and concerns in regard to this life change. Both parents are well served by sustaining a sense of security within their… Read More
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