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4 of Our Best Financial Tips When Preparing for Divorce

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During marriage, it’s normal to split up responsibilities and duties of the household.  Usually, one spouse handles the paying of bills, credit cards and bank accounts.  I know in my own household growing up, my mother handled the finances because she was more financially conscious and stuck to a tight budget.  

Divorce Tax Tips from TheStreet

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Check out this informative article from TheStreet on how to make your split less of a financial burden during tax season:

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Before You File For Divorce, Follow These 3 Divorce Tips

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January kicks off the divorce season so before you decide to file, here are a few tips to follow before going through with that decision.

John Slowiaczek, president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers suggest these three steps before starting divorce proceedings.

1. Never file out of anger.
2. “Be courteous and respectful. The Key is to avoid escalation.”
3. Figure out the finances before you divorce.

Watch the above video for an explanation of these three tips.

Men’s Divorce Podcast: Co-Parenting Tips

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Men's Divorce PodcastEach month, the Cordell & Cordell Men’s Divorce Podcast features interviews with authors, politicians and other divorce professionals on issues men face during the divorce process. 

This month, we will discuss the methods for successful co-parenting to  help reduce the negative impacts of divorce on children.

The post Men’s Divorce Podcast: Co-Parenting Tips appeared first on Cordell & Cordell.

4 Back-To-School Tips For Divorced Families

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Back-to-school season is a pretty crazy time for all families. There is a rush to buy supplies, new clothes, and organize class schedules to make sure the children are ready to return to class.
If your family is dealing with a new arrangement after a divorce, this time of year is even more hectic than normal.
Here are a few tips for divorced dads to help get their kids back into routine for the new school year while (more...)

8 Tips for Better Co-Parenting After Divorce

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Parenting›Divorce›Children & DivorceCo-parenting with your ex is often the hardest part of divorce. Here, two experts (both divorced moms themselves) share hard-won advice on creating a strong partnership.
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"People are so worried that splitting up will destroy their children's lives," says Wendy Paris, author of Splitopia: Dispatches from Today's Good Divorce and How to Part Well. But what kids really need to thrive, you (more...)

Parents: Tips for Moving On After Divorce With Acceptance & Awareness

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Divorced parents: here are important points to consider and take action on which will enable you to create a healthier, more gratifying new chapter in your life – for you and your children. Divorced parents must learn to let go, forgive, handle conflicts, make time for themselves and take the high road regarding challenges. Here's how to succeed!

Moving On After Divorce: Tips for Healthy Relationship Success

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By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Sadly, celebrity divorces make all the headlines for all the wrong reasons. They showcase the most unconscious behavior, especially when it comes to relationships. Far too often we find the more shallow celebrities, and those who follow them with star-lit eyes, spend more time working out their wedding details than on […]


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Divorce is a difficult time for everyone involved, but kids especially feel the brunt of the fallout. They don’t understand what’s happening and, more often than not, are powerless to do anything about it. While it is understandable that this is an extremely emotional time in your life, it is up to you to look […]

Tips for Re-bonding with Children for Parents Alienated After Divorce

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By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Children can easily and subtly be influenced by both parents during and after divorce. Sometimes the influence is intentional. Other times parents may not be aware of how they are manipulating their children’s affection and allegiance toward themselves and away from their other parent. Either way, the damage for children can […]