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Dec 11, 2012

holiday parenting timeBy Katherine V. Lewis

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

Although the holidays are generally a happy time, they can often be a source of increased difficulty and stress for parents and children going through a divorce and even those who have already gone through a divorce.

For parents who have not completed the divorce process and do not have a court order in place, it is critical to plan ahead and agree to a parenting time schedule well in advance, including specific dates and times, as well as exchange locations.

The more specific a schedule is, the less likely there will be conflict.


Aug 13, 2012

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I am trying to arrange a child custody and parenting time schedule with my ex-girlfriend, who recently moved and now lives several hours from me.

What are standard parenting time guidelines when the parents live a great distance from each other?


Dec 27, 2011

new years resolutionWhen answering the financial question, "Do you have a list of New Year's financial resolutions you think all people should undertake as we approach 2012?" financial adviser Dan Danford has a slightly different way of looking at financial resolutions.

Danford, CFP®, CRSP®, MBA, says any New Year's resolutions should be about an attitude shift and an understanding of a new way to look at money.

Watch the financial advice video for information on how to enhance the quality of your life.


Dec 26, 2011

Dr. JenBy Jennifer L. Hartstein, PsyD.

Author of Princess Recovery: A How-To Guide to Raising Strong, Empowered Girls Who Can Create Their Own Happily Ever Afters

The holidays are filled with so many wonderful things: family, friends, parties, religious endeavors, and, of course, gifts.

All of these things can bring us joy (along with the requisite stress), but it is the gifts that often create the greatest source of concern, especially if you have to worry about what people around you are going to be purchasing for your daughter.

Very often, people buy things that are meaningful to them, and not as meaningful to the receiver. Additionally, not everyone will respect your desire to promote your daughter's empowerment.

Situations involving gifts do pose a unique challenge. People in your life may not have the level of awareness you do, nor will they share your concerns or have the same values about what will promote a positive sense of self and confidence in your daughter.


Dec 16, 2011

divorced dads guideThe stresses of divorce are amplified during the holidays for divorced dads.

If you won't have parenting time over the holidays, it's easy to become depressed. Even if you do get to see your kids, there is a lot of planning and juggling your schedule to see the whole family.

As part of the continued collaboration between DadsDivorce.com and SingleDad.com, watch the video to learn what every divorced dad should know on how to handle the holidays with or without your children.


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