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Contrasting opinions on how to discuss divorce with kids

38883718_S.jpgEarlier this month, we wrote a two-part post about how to discuss divorce with your children. No matter what their age, it is not easy for kids to hear that their parents are getting a divorce. And it is even scarier if they have no idea how the divorce will impact their daily lives.

Divorce laws are changing - for better and for worse: Part II

12448678_S.jpgIn our last post, we began a discussion about states changing the laws that govern marriage, divorce and child custody. Divorce is an especially frequent topic of legislative debate, with some states working to make divorce more difficult and others working to make it easier.

Having the dreaded divorce talk with your children: Part II

20142112_S.jpgToday, we'll be continuing our discussion about the divorce "talk." This is the challenge that parents face when telling their kids they are divorcing or separating. Because this news can be devastating to children, it is important to carefully plan how and when to have the conversation in order to minimize harm and maximize support.

Having the dreaded divorce talk with your children: Part I

38883717_S.jpgIn previous posts, we have discussed the idea that how parents communicate with their children is a major factor in how well the children are able to cope with divorce and a new co-parenting arrangement. Because such changes are scary and difficult for kids, it's particularly important for parents to show stability and love as often as possible.

Yet another study showing link between social media and divorce

15869976_S.jpgOur post last week discussed the idea that using social media during a divorce or other family law dispute can make the process more difficult than it needs to be and may even jeopardize the outcome. Revelations like this are nothing new. In fact, they are almost as old as Facebook - which has been widely reported to increase the risks of divorce.

The many ways social media can make your family law dispute worse

21690453_S.jpgWe have previously written that social media and family law disputes are often a dangerous combination. Whether going through a divorce, child custody or spousal support dispute, discussing details on Facebook or other social media platforms will rarely, if ever, work in your favor.

Factors for older couples to consider when getting divorced

37230863_S.jpgThe divorce rate among older couples in the United States continues to be higher than other age groups. Older couples getting divorced is becoming more common and socially accepted so it is not surprise that the divorce rate for individuals age 50 and older doubled during the last 30 years.

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