How To Deal With Handover After Child Visitation
2015-07-09 | No matter how much you know and trust that your child is safe, loved and well cared for with your ex, it can be difficult having your kids away for a week or many weeks at a time. Being able to walk into your child’s room and see them sleeping or to be able to give them a hug whenever you feel like it – is a good, good feeling. Read more
What is divorce mediation?
2015-07-09 | Divorce mediation is an out-of-court dispute-resolution tool that helps people settle their differences sensibly and with the legal system having only minimal involvement.
It provides a structured process that minimizes the defensiveness and friction that are normally present during spousal settlement conversations. It does this by creating a non-confrontational atmosphere that encourages the spouses to put their best foot forward when they are presenting their thoughts and concerns to one another.Read more
Divorce the right way
2015-06-21 | It is important to remember that you have two options or ways to get divorced. Almost like picking up a bow and arrow, aiming and shooting once the arrow leaves the bow, it is very hard to change its direction. Keep in mind that if you break the other parent emotionally and or financially in court, your children (and family system) will be negatively affected, same applies if the other parent breaks you. If one or both parents spend every cent they have to pay for the divorce, no money will be left to look after your children and your family system. If you decide to litigate, it will be much harder to get into a co-parenting environment – please do not cut your nose to spite your children.Read more
2015-07-24 | You can’t always control the situation you’re in or how it makes you feel, but you can control how you express your anger. And you can express your anger without being verbally or physically abusive. Even if someone is pushing your buttons, you always have a choice about how to respond.Read more