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What is Nesting All About? :

What is Nesting All About?  Nesting is about minimizing disruption for the children when their parents are separating.  The idea is based upon having the children remain in the family home while the parents rotate in and out during their parenting time. When it is mom’s time Source: What is Nesting All About?    Interesting

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Robert Marble, Esq.

The Secret to Exchanging the Kids

Exchanging the Kids Can Be Rushed and Awkward Exchanging the kids with your former spouse can be rushed and awkward – even with the most cooperative parents.  You are in a rush to leave,  your former spouse is in a rush, and  your kids are moving as fast as they can.  Adding to the confusion can

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Robert Marble, Esq.

Joint Custody – He Forgot His Shoes?

The Forgotten Shoe and the Problem with Frequent Exchanges I have great kids, but they always are forgetting some important item  – a shoe, a text book, a football jersey.   Pretty much whatever you can imagine, my kids have forgotten to bring it in the car. Many parenting plans have children spending equal time with

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7 Ways Men Say They Bounced Back From Divorce

Great read courtesy of the Huffington Post: When it comes to advice on moving on post-split, men seem to get the short shrift strattera capsule 40 mg. The reality is, divorce is just as crushing for men as it is for women. Most of us take our vows with the intention for the marriage to

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Florida Parenting Plans: Try Before You Buy

In the real world, when something is not working for our kids we change it.  If the soccer team has a bad coach, we gracefully switch teams or leagues.  If our child’s cheer-leading team is taking up too much family time, we make a change.  If a great babysitter has moved two hours away, we find a

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Changing Your Name After Divorce

Great post from divorce divorcestage.com about the advantages and disadvantages of changing back to your birth name after a divorce. Many women decide to change their name either during the divorce or within a short time afterwards. There are a number of reasons to take this action; as well as a number of problems which

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