Mother Loses Custody After Preventing Father From From Seeing Child
2016-07-27 | Selfish separated parents who try to stop their children having a relationship with their former partners are having the kids taken off them by courts. 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
2016-07-07 | Divorce is a playground for all of your most powerful saboteurs – failure, fear, panic, betrayal, self-worth, doubt, despair, hopelessness and regret. It can wreak havoc on your professional life, friendships and health. You can let the divorce process, and your inner saboteurs, run rampant over you … or you can choose what you really want for yourself and move towards that goal with courage and purpose.Read more
Separation Anxiety and Parental Visitation
2016-07-26 | You may be used to thinking of separation anxiety as a set of behaviors young toddlers commonly exhibit when separating from their primary caregiver. In fact, if your kids have already ‘grown out’ of this crying-and-clinging stage, it can be frustrating to see separation anxiety pop back up in relation to parental visitation with your ex. Yet when families go through major changes, such as a move, new separation, or divorce, it’s common for parents to see some old patterns reappear, even for older kids. So what does it look like? When separation anxiety rears its ugly head, kids of all ages may exhibit:Read more
2016-05-18 | The reality is and always will be that every child is 50% mom and 50% dad - this cannot change. What can change is when, and it always happens, the child starts asking why one parent lied about the other parent. Parental alienation damages our children and ends the relationship between the alienator and the child.Read more